by Jim Bruce
The essay “How Being Unreachable Makes Me More Productive” comes from a Craig Jarrow post to the lifehacker.com blog. Jarrow is author of Time Management Ninja.
Chris Jarrow has a secret: He’s not always reachable. And, he gets a lot more done because of it. He notes, importantly, that our communication devices, as important as they are, are not there so that we can be interrupted at any time of the day or night.
So, how might you limit your interruptions?
To Jarrow’s list, I’d add one that I discovered in an article about Marissa Meyer while she was still at Google:
So, I urge you to think through your interruptions and take the necessary steps to get them under your control. You’ll find there is a great reward for doing so. You really can get more done.
. . . . jim