Does it feel like you are rushed of your feet with scarcely a moment to pause? How can you slow things down and fit in more of what you want to do? Here are three ways to make time for what is important:
Procrastination is something that can affect us all – and affects some of us constantly. Why is it that some tasks seem to never be ticked off your to do list?
Many people take pride in their ability to multitask, but new research shows that monotasking (i.e. only focusing on one job at a time) is more efficient. Multitasking uses more energy apparently, and you become less, not more, productive each time you mentally change gears to switch from one task to another. Here are my top tips to be more effective by monotasking.
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