EPISODE #4: SINGLE TASKING

We're growing up in the age of multitasking where you can’t call yourself productive or successful if you're not a good multi-tasker. And to be honest, for a while, being a multi-tasker used to make me feel really good. But it doesn’t anymore. In this weeks episode I talk about single tasking, the ability to do one thing at a time and how you can master single tasking in six simple steps.

 

"for a while being a multi-tasker felt good, that was until I started to recognise the negative symptoms"

"it wasn’t until one day I realised I hadn’t achieved anything I set out to do, that I knew something had to change"

 

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"our brains are wired for deep and innovative thinking, but it’s impossible if you’re trying to do several things at once"

 

TOPICS DISCUSSED

  1. Why multi-tasking creates negative symptoms
  2. Procrastination is caused by multi-tasking
  3. What is single tasking
  4. Living in the moment 
  5. Give your brain down time
  6. Getting your work done sequentially 
  7. Focusing without disctraction
  8. To do lists
  9. Notebooking

 

"you’ll be amazed at the volume of work you produce and the creativity you have when you focus without distraction"

"the key to single tasking is to just pick a few important tasks each day and complete them first"

 

RESOURCES

  1. YCS Blog Post: How to write an effective to do list

 

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