Every time we do something that wasn't in our plan for the day,
we have allowed a random factor to come in and disrupt our work.
It doesn't matter what it is - it means that we are doing
something that we didn't plan to do.
Usually what happens is that we fail to do several of the planned
actions. Unfortunately these tend to be the more difficult
or challenging actions - precisely the ones that it is most
important for us to be doing, in fact.
The real problem with randomness is that things tend to get done
or not done almost exclusively according to how much they attract
our attention - in other words, how much noise they are making.
Of all the ways open to us for prioritising our work, prioritising
by noise is probably the least sensible!
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