No Interruptions Day is an annual commemoration celebrated on December 31. Often when involved in any work, we face interruptions from all sorts of people. Work when done without interruptions will give higher productivity. So you are allowed to ban all the interruptions on a Day in a calendar. You can hang out a ‘Do not disturb’ note on your door to work or plan in a better way possible. The celebration day encourages each one of us to make the work done without any disturbances.
“In a digital world, there are numerous technologies that we are attached to that create infinite interruption.” – Timothy Ferriss
History of No Interruptions Day
The origin, history, founder, and the year at which the No Interruptions Day celebration began are not known precisely. The creator of this Day has established this commemoration as a way to set out for organized work. Both at home and office, one might face lots of distractions. Interruptions can be anything like the disturbance made by the co-worker, family, friends, tiredness, sleepiness, noise, messages, emails, tv, and so on. It is, however, vital to concentrate on the work to attain the best outcome. This Day is the best opportunity to get out of all the disturbances and interruptions to concentrate on the work. Disconnect yourself from every other interruption to concentrate on the work for the full day. Enjoy the silence and keep a focus on the job you do.
Other Celebrations on December 31
December 31 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate No Interruptions Day
The best thing to do is to hang a Do Not Disturb card on your door. Close it and let it inside your room. Switch off your mobile phone to get out of the messages and emails. Turn off your tv, and you can focus on your work for cent percent. You are now privileged to enjoy the silence on this Day. Share your thoughts and views about this celebration on social media using the hashtag #NoInterruptionsDay.
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