Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life

Nir Eyal

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With groundbreaking research and exclusive interviews, the author of the bestselling Hooked, lays bare the processes of distractions and how people can finally get them under control to give themselves the ultimate superpower of the 21st century: being indistractable.

A graduate and instructor in Stanford's Graduate School of Business, Nir Eyal has studied and taught behavioral design with and to industry-leading experts and scientists. He writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business at and his writing has been featured in Harvard Business Review, TechCrunch, Time, The Week, Inc., and Psychology Today.


Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Seitenzahl 300
Erscheinungsdatum 10.09.2019
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-948836-53-1
Verlag Benbella Books
Maße (L/B/H) 23,6/15,8/3 cm
Gewicht 489 g


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  • Contents

    Introduction: From Hooked to Indistractable 1: What's Your Superpower? 2: Being Indistractable

    Part 1: Master Internal Triggers

    3: What Motivates Us, Really? 4: Time Management Is Pain Management 5: Deal with Distraction from Within 6: Reimagine the Internal Trigger 7: Reimagine the Task 8: Reimagine Your Temperament

    Part 2: Make Time for Traction

    9: Turn Your Values into Time 10: Control the Inputs, Not the Outcomes 11: Schedule Important Relationships 12: Sync with Stakeholders at Work

    Part 3: Hack Back External Triggers

    13: Ask the Critical Question 14: Hack Back Work Interruptions 15: Hack Back Email 16: Hack Back Group Chat 17: Hack Back Meetings 18: Hack Back Your Smartphone 19: Hack Back Your Desktop 20: Hack Back Online Articles 21: Hack Back Feeds

    Part 4: Prevent Distraction with Pacts

    22: The Power of Precommitments 23: Prevent Distraction with Effort Pacts 24: Prevent Distraction with Price Pacts 25: Prevent Distraction with Identity Pacts

    Part 5: How to Make Your Workplace Indistractable

    26: Distraction Is a Sign of Dysfunction 27: Fixing Distraction Is a Test of Company Culture 28: The Indistractable Workplace

    Part 6: How to Raise Indistractable Children (and Why We All Need Psychological Nutrients)

    29: Avoid Convenient Excuses 30: Understand Their Internal Triggers 31: Make Time for Traction Together 32: Help Them with External Triggers 33: Teach Them to Make Their Own Pacts

    Part 7: How to Have Indistractable Relationships

    34: Spread Social Antibodies Among Friends 35: Be an Indistractable Lover

    Chapter Takeaways Schedule Template Distraction Tracker Acknowledgments Contributors About the Authors Notes Index