“We’ve found that you need uninterrupted stretches of time in order to get any work done. Like you need 3 hours when you are not busy or where no one is bothering you to get work done. It is really hard to do that in an office, which is why most people end up working at home, really late at night or really early in the morning before anyone gets in to the office, because they don’t actually work in the office anymore because there’s too many interruptions.”
– – Jason Fried, 37signals [source]
I love this because that has been my experience the last 3 years working for myself and a few companies.
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