Optimal Performance Calendar – 8 Practices to Minimise Distraction
How to Design your Day to Minimise Distraction
It seems that it can be difficult to carve out time without distraction during the work day between calls, emails, and unexpected interruptions. Yet we know that optimal performance – feeling our best and performing our best – requires time without distraction or interruption. So, creating space for it is a leadership imperative.
To create distraction-free time in your work day requires the discipline to design your weekly calendar in line with the neuroscience of optimal performance. Without it, we create a low performance environment.
Allowing time for messy work, times without distraction, and other routines create great clarity about the daily and weekly actions we need to do so that we can perform at our best and ultimately achieve our long-term goals.
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About Mark Pollock
Acknowledged as an expert in leadership, resilience and overcoming adversity, high performance, and collaboration, leaders around the world invite Mark to support their teams to adapt, be resilient, perform and collaborate as a motivational speaker, delivering keynote speeches and masterclasses.