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Single Tasking vs Multitasking

Today is #SingleTaskingDay! Why is this the best way to get your work done, and what are some tips on how to do so?


Did You Know, according to research only about 2% of people can effectively multitask?


Multitasking can be less productive and create more mistakes than previously thought. When you shift from one task to another, the brain needs time to change focus. Multitasking can lead to more stress and time consumption.


Productivity experts suggest the best way to accomplish something well is to direct all of one's energy and time on the task.


Single tasking increases engagement, and helps reduce errors and stress.


How to Celebrate Single Tasking Day:


  • Make a list of all the tasks you want to accomplish and go down the list one at a time.

  • Cut off distractions. Switch off your phone, close your office door, and get started on your list.

  • Take breaks and refresh to help yourself stay focused.


It may be hard now, but when you are done, you will be proud of yourself!



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