Tag Archives: multitasking

The Importance of Myopia: Why Multitasking is a Myth

Curiously, despite the mounting scientific evidence that multitasking actually makes us less productive, we continue to treat it as an as aspirational trait.




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Multitasking: Is It Advisable?

The “40-hour week” has been getting longer for years. The average American works 47.5 hours per week – and that’s not even counting another 4.5 hours they spend catching up on extra work at home. These numbers are according to a study done by the National Sleep Foundation. No wonder, then, that we turn to things like multitasking in order to cheat the amount of time we have to spend at the office (or home office).




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Day 6: Multitasking Is Murdering Your Productivity: 6 Simple Ways To Stop, Starting Today

Multitasking is the art of distracting yourself from things you don’t really want to do by doing many of them at once.

If you’re like most people, you think you’re getting a lot more done when you juggle a ton of to-do’s.

You’re not.




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Day 15: Your Life Is Spiraling Out Of Control—Here’s How To Fix It

If you find yourself rushing around with a packed schedule, glued to your phone or email (or both!), filling empty time slots with activities to keep you constantly moving, then not only do your fit the bill of a modern day urgency junkie, you are slowly killing your soul, draining your creative potential and taking years off your life.




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10 Ways to Stop Multitasking & Be More Effective

Multitasking is the bane of productivity. Countless tasks are started, but none of them finished because you are rotating between the many options and not devoting your best efforts to any one action




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