Distractions can be good for your career

01/8/2012 | Forbes

Distractions don't always hurt your productivity; sometimes they lead to creative ideas or help you solve a problem, Deborah L. Jacobs writes. "[Y]ou can’t schedule inspiration, creativity or innovation," she explains.

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