This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Happiness in 140 characters

This week I’m writing a series of posts that outline my updated methodology for using Twitter lists to make Twitter a productive tool. Over at Harvard Business Review, my blog post today outlines the stakes of effective, non-neurotic Twitter use. The crux of my argument: “Instead of resenting Twitter as yet another front in the battle for your attention, you can use it as a training ground for paying attention to what matters most.”

Focusing your attention with Twitter lists is one of 5 practices that can help you use Twitter to combat distraction. Read the entire story at HBR for four other ways Twitter can help you pay attention to what matters most.

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