of course it helps a lot writing down what distracts you to always remind that your precious time to achieve your goals is wasted will help you be more determined to be more focused and stay away from distractions
I find lists in general to be really helpful. It helps you see what you previously thought was right and gives you the opportunity to reevaluate it.
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I’m not gonna lie, I would say both yes and no. Cuz there are times that I may do the task that needs to be done. There are times that I don’t and I really don’t have a excuse. Because there shouldn’t be any excuses what do ever. The key is to always focus what needs to be done rather than letting ur distractions getting the best of you.
I am in a constant state of procrastination. So for me, the Distraction list is not an aid, it is a must. It all depends on how focused you are. If your focus span is not good, get the pen and paper. Otherwise, you can still give it a shot.
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