Checking your email just might make you more creative
from Psychology Today
Most of us have a grueling view of productivity. We hear experts tell us how to rigidly structure our calendar to make time for the serious work of completing a project. We are told that, when it comes time for serious work, we need to shut off our phones, close our doors and switch off our email function — or better yet, unplug the Internet connection entirely. But occasional, well-timed interruptions might actually enhance the quality of our work — especially when that work is creative.
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