To-do lists that are organized according to what works best for the user can be incredibly helpful and provide a feeling of accomplishment and a better sense of control. Here are three of my top tips:
Let's give up multitasking without the need justify it or explain ourselves. The results will speak for themselves.
After years of being a chronic multitasker, it was time for writer and digital consultant Verena von Pfetten to change things up for the sake of her work.
It soon became apparent that there was no smoke-spewing manhole, and as I could no longer see through my windshield, I began
Monotasking (aka the opposite of multitasking) is more than just a productivity hack. Writer and digital consultant Verena von Pfetten breaks down how to monotask in your daily life.
Monotasking aka the opposite of multitasking is more than just a productivity hack. Writer and digital consultant Verena von Pfetten breaks down how to monotask in your daily life.
Freelance writer and digital consultant Verena von Pfetten discusses how monotasking can improve your life.
But I do still think about size (paradigms generally fade away rather than jump cut out). And when I think of my business
Our brains weren't built to multitask. Our brains are designed to focus on one thing at a time, and bombarding them with information only slows them down.
I wish to apologize to the development team at Four Funnels Entertainment for being such an impatient, easily distracted oaf. This past weekend I learned I am utterly incapable of watching history unfold, particularly if my phone is nearby.
Adding tasks doesn't expand the brain's capacity; it only increases its cognitive load, or the amount of mental effort it must put out. By multitasking we are reducing the attention we give to each thing.