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Is Multi-Tasking A Super Power or a Productivity Drain?

Updated: Nov 19, 2020

Multi-Tasking is one of my super powers!

Like you, I enjoy doing multiple things and one time and I’m good at it.

There are times, though, when multi-tasking is not the best choice. And, chronic multi-tasking can lead to so disturbing side effects, including:

  • Mental exhaustion

  • Elevated cortisol

  • Increased Stress

  • Memory Loss

  • Decreased Productivity

In this week’s video, I’m sharing three simple tips on how you can focus on the one important task that you need to finish. Don’t worry, though. I’m still ok with you listening to a podcast while you drive, talking on the phone while you cook and carrying the dirty laundry downstairs at the same time as you take down the trash.

Remember, you're not supposed to be frantically busy, chaotic, reactive and impulsive. Those behaviors are for times of extreme stress only, but some of us have gotten into the habit of hectic over-busy schedules and have come to think of this as normal.

Friends, people are watching how you do things. When it comes to time and life management, be a positive role model, and keep being a force of excellence.

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