Effective Multitasking: Learn How to Get More Done in Less Time through Effective Multitasking and by Avoiding Common Pitfalls of Distracted Multitasking

| August 22, 2016


If you’re ready to start multitasking in a more effective and productive way, then this book is for you!

Productivity and efficiency are the keys to success in today’s workplace. Today’s work environment has changed a lot over the past few decades, and while the older generation is used to having one job, and performing the same individual task for years and years, that is simply not the case today. Unless you are an assembly line worker, for example, or a surgeon specializing in one specific niche surgery type, you simply will no longer be able to survive the workforce today doing the same thing over and over again. Many people turn to multitasking in order to complete their workloads in the required timeframe (which seems to be growing shorter and shorter as employers associate the value of time with the value of money). Theoretically knowing how to multitask and actually being good at it are two different things though. Despite the good intention behind multitasking, research has shown that it inevitably produces a bottleneck effect, which then can lead to a significant slow-down in the processing of the tasks being handled. Since the brain cannot fully focus on multiple tasks at the same time, multitasking might actually cause the task to be finished slower. Not only that, but since you’re only paying attention partially – but not completely – the tasks are naturally predisposed to a greater number of errors. Multitasking has also received a lot of criticism because it forces one to pay less attention to a lot of information and only focus on what is perceived to be most important. This can cause people to feel less pride in what they accomplished, since they did not really pay that much attention. This ebook is designed to help you discover a different, better, and much more effective way to multitask – one that avoids all the common pitfalls of the typical style of multitasking that leads to inefficiencies and errors.

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • The Difference Between Multitasking and Rapid Task Switching
  • Advantages of True Multitasking
  • How to Practice Effective Multitasking
  • Common Pitfalls of Multitasking to Avoid
  • When Not to Multitask
  • Much, much more!

Download your copy today!

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