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My brain has too many tabs open........Multitasking......The art of messing up several things at once.
To be more productive, many turn to multitasking thinking this will help them get more done. However, this is not true. Below are the reasons why multitasking is not a good idea.
It takes time to build the momentum you need to boost your productivity. If you hop from one task to another, you break your momentum, divert your focus, and postpone success.
Challenges Your Concentration.
Working by fits and starts keeps you from maintaining the concentration required to do your job well.
Questions Your Commitment.
If you are truly committed to what you are doing, you wouldn't be continually changing the direction of your efforts.
Hurts Your Efforts.
Running from one task to another without fully completing either challenges your efforts and gives you poor results. You end up fixing mistakes and investing more time to do so, and this is not the way to increase productivity.
Why would you intentionally want to delay the completion of any project you are working on unless an emergency has arisen? This is in fact exactly what you do when trying to get more done by multitasking. Give yourself the chance to finish what you are doing by devoting your focus completely on the task at hand.
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Hi, I'm Ralph Gregore Masalihit!
An RFP Graduate (Registered Financial Planner Institute - Philippines).
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