Breaking Your Addiction to Distraction


Before COVID-19, 59% of workers reported feeling physically depleted, emotionally drained, and mentally distracted. The pandemic has only amplified our problems, challenges, and dysfunctions.

  • Employees are interrupted approximately every 3-5 minutes
  • Work from home employees are 52% less likely to take time off work
  • 61% of workers feel significant stress about the ever-present pressure of work email


As a result, we have accepted increased anxiety, reduced quality of sleep, loss of concentration, and disconnection as the norm rather than the exception. We have also trained our brains over time to crave stimulation and distraction with the instant gratification that keeps us checking our notifications, emails and cat videos.

Today more than ever, we need practices to protect our time, energy, and attention. We need to challenge the way we’ve been conditioned to act, and re-learn to focus on what’s most important by letting go of the emotional pull that surrounds the fear of missing out.

As a business leader, owning your focus has never been more important − or more challenging. In this session, we create a heightened awareness around your focus problem, its costs and implications, and deliver solutions to break the pattern so you can take back your focus.

  • DATE
    February 8, 2023


    11:00 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. EST


    All are welcome

Join our webinar to hear Penny Zenker, a Focusologist and former Tony Robbins business coach and business turnaround specialist, share her easy-to-understand framework to think differently. She will inspire you to focus on what you already have as a means to increase profits, improve engagement and thrive during challenging economic times.

Join us to learn how to:

  • Focus on the 20% of your actions that create 80% of your results.
  • Identify top distractors, roadblocks and speed traps that are the greatest threats to the future of your business success.
  • Learn how to disarm temptation and impulse
  • Create rules, filters and environmental support structures to remove distractions before they happen and implement strategies to quickly get back on track.


*; University of California Irvine Study

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