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Nº19 – Cycling, Startups & Sales

“We willingly accept the loss of concentration and focus, the division of our attention and the fragm
Twotone Consulting | Est. 2014
Nº19 – Cycling, Startups & Sales
By Jon Woodroof • Issue #19 • View online
“We willingly accept the loss of concentration and focus, the division of our attention and the fragmentation of our thoughts, in return for the wealth of compelling or at least diverting information we receive.” - Nicholas Carr, author of “The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains.
Brutal, eh? The quote is from ‘Addicted to Distraction’, an opinion piece in the New York Times by Tony Schwartz of the energy project. Guess where I saw it?
Facebook. o_0
Right now, I’m more inspired than ever to avoid distractions. Maybe ’monotasking’ will help? At any rate, thank you for taking the time to focus on this newsletter each week!

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Here's to holding your line & staying focused this week!
p.s. back to the opening theme of focus, I challenge you to download The Future 100 report below and read through it. Interesting stuff!  ; )
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