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Freedom to Focus

  • The Stourbridge Project 648 Park Street Honesdale United States (map)

Studies show that employees are interrupted a staggering 20 times per hour, and that it takes 17 minutes to recover from an interruption.

While some of these interruptions are self-imposed, (like not silencing text notifications on a personal cell phone), many are a result of the way your organization functions.

We are constantly available for collaboration, and rarely give ourselves more than a minute without multi-tasking. And then at the end of the day, we wonder what we actually accomplished.

It feels like you *have* to work this way, but in reality, you don't.

Come spend an evening learning how to focus, increase your effectiveness, and decrease your frustration and burnout.

Elizabeth (Schloesser) Knox is a Honesdale native who lives in Washington, DC with her husband Andy and 4 young children. She is the principal consultant of MatchPace, a company dedicated to helping organizations reimagine their workday. 

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