The multi-tasking myth is a seductive one -- cooking, helping kids with homework, checking email. It's easy to bounce from one task to another. You think you're getting things done. In actuality, you're not.
Research shows that multi-tasking reduces productivity up to 40 percent.
It takes discipline to break the multi-tasking habit. Give it a try for a few hours (or days) and see how you feel. Rather than trying to juggle a number of tasks, do one thing at a time. Be patient with yourself and think of it like rebuilding your attention muscle. Your BRAIN will thank you!
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