Avoid unnecessary breaks.
Block social media while you are working.
Limit your attention to tweets and other social media.
Manage your schedule upfront before you start your day and stick to it.
Reduce your texting.
Silence your incoming email.
Turn off sales pitches sources.
Turn off your phone on a schedule.
Turn off your TV.
Not all these distractions apply to your particular lifestyle, and you may have other distractions drowning your time. Use this list as a basis. Eliminate the lines you don’t use and add new items as needed.
To find your personal distractors, check all your activities carefully. Distractions come even while you sleep. For example, you can set a bedtime routine that includes downloading your mind on paper. After all, they are also distractions to a good rest.
Think it twice on your next Purchase
Material things will not bring you success. They are just an additional distractor on your way. Think it twice on your next purchase. Do you really need it? Will it serve a purpose? Is it a way to succeed?
If you cannot answer positively to any of these questions, most likely you don’t need it. Do not hesitate to skip that purchase and move on. By sticking to what you strictly need, you are going to save some money and most of all, save some time.
When you get things you don’t need, you lose focus too. By identifying your needs properly, you will be able to take your efforts to that path and avoid others.
Work on your Relationships
Work on real-life relationships. Don’t get engaged with social networks and virtual connections.