This leads us to an obvious question: how do we focus when distraction is so readily available? We like to use the Pomodoro Technique (don't worry, that's not an affiliate link). Now you can download the book for free (or buy the paperback if you're so inclined), but here is the basic idea behind it. To start you'll need a pomodoro timer, or any timer that can measure at least a 5 minute accuracy up to 30 minutes or so.
1. Pick a task. Let's say you're building a WordPress site, and your next task is to write a blog entry - that is your task!
2. Set the timer to 25 minutes.
3. Work on the task, ignoring any distraction (incoming emails, Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, whatever) until the timer rings.
4. Mark an X on piece of paper to show that you've completed that pomodoro.
5. Take a 5 minute break (use the timer to make sure you don't break for longer).
6. After you've completed four pomodoros, take a longer break of 15-20 minutes (again, use the timer).
The act of setting the timer will allow you to show determination and focus on the task at hand. The ringing of the pomodoro announces a break, and lets you build a mental workflow. Finally, the act of ticking it off on the paper lets you feel the sense of accomplishment as you complete things.
Hopefully this will benefit you, fellow Warriors, as it has benefited us!