as irresistible as multitasking might seem, it’s really not the most efficient way for you to get any work done. Here are 6 reasons why multitasking is bad for you
We all want to have a productive day or days right? There’s so much to do, then there’s a huge motivation and the rush of optimism as we imagine our day, the outcome of our goals. And then we become overwhelmed and feel like there’s too little time to get all these things done, so we begin to push things off for the later. Having a great daily routine removes the overwhelm and is so important if you want to have a productive day.
I have never been the one to be consistent about anything, adding to the fact that I have a very short attention span. I always leave tasks half-way. I either get bored and move quickly to the next new thing or I get discouraged because something didn’t turn out perfectly. Either way, I never really complete any task or completely form a new habit. A few months back, I had to rewatch Matt Cutt’s Ted talk where he talked about …
What do you do to have a productive week What is a typical Sunday like for you? Sundays can be bittersweet. Because it means Monday is just around the corner. However, if you use your Sundays to get ready for the week, it takes the stress away and guarantees a productive week. It is important to take advantage of your Sundays, use it to prepare for the week ahead and try developing #habits that lead to a #productive week.
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