The Innovation Culture Bulletin: Productivity
“Concentrate all your thoughts upon the work in hand. The Sun’s rays do not burn until brought to a focus.” — Alexander Graham Bell
There was a time when machines were good for one thing and one thing only. When Jack Kerouac wrote the first draft of On The Road, he typed it on a single scroll of paper, claiming that changing sheets in his typewriter would interrupt his flow. If changing paper was too much of a distraction, how would he have felt if his typewriter was pinging him with email notifications and social media updates every few minutes?
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