I selected this article from Howard Rinegold's collection, which is full of great information and resources to help you navigate effectively and find relevant information and tune out the distraction and much more.
I'm continually researching to find ways to help others find their way through the maze and be more effective. I particularly liked what the author had to say:
This piece was written by Jan Brogan for The Boston Globe
She refers to a question from Harvard Researcher and psychologist, Shelly H. Carson's, book, Your Creative Brain
Why do we get some of best ideas in the shower?
This has happened to me on numerous occasions, reading this gave me an a-ha moment, something I already knew but this was a great reminder.
After reading this article, here's my takeaway, and it's something I need to remember
They say sometimes it's good to get distracted when you're trying to solve a problem.
**Disengaging from fixating and obsessing on the challenge loses its grip on me and helps frees up my thinking
Now that I'm distracted it gives me time to reaccess and perhaps find the answer or solution or open a pathway to an action that may lead me in the right direction.
Good stuff, thank you Howard for posting this today!
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