am 10 minutes late for my interview with behavioural scientist Nir Eyal, and run into the Manhattan cafe where were meeting, a dishevelled and apologetic mess. Being late is never ideal, but its particularly embarrassing because Im meeting Eyal to discuss his new book, Indistractable: How To Control Your Attention And Choose Your Life, a guide to staying focused in an age of constant distraction. The hope is that he will teach me, a chronic procrastinator, how to stop wasting my life scrolling...

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