Distraction: A Critical Look at Life in the Screen Age

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PLAINSBORO, N.J. - March 13, 2019 - Rezul -- Thought-provoking. Wise. Insightful. These are just a few of the words readers used to describe TJ Prosit's new book, Distraction: A Critical Look at Life in the Screen Age. It examines how distractions prohibit us from being at our best and living a more productive, purposeful life. These can be as insignificant as nusances or as serious as addiction and tragedy. The book sheds light on how our lives are only partially lived because we get distracted by bright, shiny objects that have only become more and more prevalent today's world. We end up losing sight of simple, wonderful things that are within our reach and have the potential of bringing real meaning to our lives. Instead we must recognize distractions, treating each day as a gift. We need to ask ourselves, how was our life cared for and spent?

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People who are focused and driven have made great accomplishments, in part because they were supported and nurtured to reach such achievements. They've discovered their unique talents, both big and small. We as individuals are tasked with sharing these gifts with the world, also bringing about self-satisfaction.

Our ancestors had no time for distraction if they wanted to survive. Nowadays, more than ever, people are not living up to their individual or collective potential. Distraction shows us how to move towards a better life and a better world. As TJ Prosit puts it, "With a very clear primary task and distractions under control, we will leave a legacy of a person who grew our gifts and talents, a person who nurtured and loved our family, and a community enriched by our contribution and everyone who comes into contact with us being thankful that we were in their lives."

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For those seeking to break through life's distractions to living life aware of one's unique circumstances and talents, as well as how to utilize these special gifts they have been given, this book is for you. While it presents the reader with some harsh realities, it also provides some thoughtful insights that will help us pause and see how we can remove the useless and even damaging distractions in our lives and move toward a more productive, happy, and fulfilling life for each of us.

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TJ Prosit's background is in business, marketing, and economics. His focus has been in performace improvement and employee reward programs, designed to encourage and reward productive work. He is also the proud father of three talented adult children.

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