When you are online, email, instant messaging, blogs and all kinds of information “input” can invade your thinking space. However, when you go online you can often get more work done reports Technosight. I agree – to some extent.
Technosight writes Technology should be used to help us achieve our goals. It should help us to be more productive during the day. Unfortunately, many of us have become slaves to technology. Here’s a news bulletin: you can survive without checking your email every two minutes. You can survive without reading the latest news every hour on the hour. For those who utilize RSS, yes, you can even survive by not checking your feeds each day.
Try working offline – I think you’ll be surprised by not only how much you can get accomplished but by the quality of what you will produce. Happy offlining!
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