By January 1, 2014 Read More →

Stop Multitasking

We're led to believe that multitasking is a valuable time management skill.

Unfortunately, studies show that when we shift attention between different tasks, we are shortchanging our ability to perform optimally on each of the tasks.

Changing gears is something we're familiar in business and in our daily life and it's what reduces our effectiveness.

Think about how disruptive it is when you are interrupted while working. That's what you are doing to yourself by multitasking.

So, instead of multitasking, focus on one thing, get it done, then move to the next thing.

You will be better off for it.

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