When listening to a recent teleclass sponsored by the Institute for Challenging Disorganization, Ari Tuckman, PhsD, MBA stated, “We aren’t as good as we think we are. We need to be honest with ourselves about the attention a task actually takes”.


Yesterday, in a conversation with Kelly Galea as we were discussing some content ideas for her new radio show “Power Up Living”, she stated, “We’re led to believe we should be good at this, but I find I’m more efficient paying attention to one thing at a time.”


Linda  left a comment on my blog, “ . . . we believe we can do more things than are reasonable. If it’s in our head we can get it done. That simply not true.”


What are they each referring to? Multitasking!


Each month I’m fortunate enough to be able to write a guest post on Get Organised examining multi-tasking from different perspectives. This month I pose the question, “When is multi-tasking not multi-tasking?”
Please – click through to read the entire article – and leave a comment on the Get Organised site.

I promise, it is worth your time!


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