Productivity, interruptions, and distractions--
Do colleagues kill your productivity? - CBS News: ""People are constantly talking to you." Plus, there are tons of other distractions. Other people's phones ring. They holler about lunch plans. You start thinking that "If I could just be at home, I could crank out my work," O'Kelly said. If you'd like to make the case for working at home, these surveys offer an intriguing approach. Try tracking your time for a week or so at the office, noting how many times you are interrupted and how much time you are able to focus on bigger projects that require more thought. If the number of interruptions is unreasonably high, a reasonable boss might agree to let you try telecommuting a few days a week."
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Maxine Waters did not incite a riot on Saturday. But she may have inspired a young woman to run for office. - Some on the right have accused the California Democrat of inciting violence. But protesters who heard her speak did not take it that way at all.