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Peter Bregman, author and strategic business advisor, recently shared some tips on how to reclaim your life from distractions on the American Express Open Forum blog.

In addition to things that you’d expect, like “slow down,” Bregman offered the following advice: “Someone once asked me if I could teach an organization only one thing, what single thing would have the most impact on an organization. My answer was immediate and clear: Teach people how to learn by looking at their past behavior, figuring out what worked, and repeating it while admitting what didn’t work and changing it. People should take five minutes at the end of each day to ask yourself how the day went, what you learned, who you need to connect with, and what you plan to do differently — or the same the following day.”

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