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How To Cope With A Culture Of Distraction | Better | NBC News

Most people think that the opposite of distraction is focus but it’s actually traction. Traction pulls us in our intended direction while distraction pulls us away from our intent. Bestselling author Nir Eyal explains.
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  1. He is just trying to sell new phones. Because any anti-phone talk is deemed criminal by the democrats, who are now funded with the likes of MS and Apple…
    Best thing we can do for your kids is to restrict online and phone time. This way they might find real life is out there, not inside your phone.

  2. Traction = Focus. Don't bother with the video, it's just another distraction.

  3. Never trust a professional that doesn’t have a shirt pocket on a collared shirt. Distracted you.

  4. But people are taught that distraction is good for getting thru tough mental states. It's also useful to help cope with physical pain.

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