Is work draining? Cut distractions and boost energy

TAMPA, Fla. – Ever left the office feeling drained from an eight hour workday, but also frustrated because of how little was accomplished?Join the crowd. Many Americans struggle to get things done at work; over half spend less than one-fourth of their time in the office on priority, deadline-driven assignments.The day gets away from them for a variety of reasons, studies show – everything from emails to meetings, project or customer issues, social media use, conversations and conflicts with co-workers.It’s important to know what those time and energy drains are that lower productivity and to implement a strategy to minimize distractions and maximize work time, Cynthia Howard, an executive coach and performance expert, said.“There is a vicious cycle of distractions that f
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