Two wrong assumptions about interruptions

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When you get caught up in the race for efficiency and optimisation, anything that you don’t think will move you closer to your goal can seem like a waste of time.

However, this perspective makes two assumptions that are almost always wrong.

1. The goal you are aiming for is the only and/or best goal

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Building internet things and eco-friendly cooking aprons. Twitter: @sturobinson

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