If you are a business owner you have so many facets of your business to focus on. Operations, budgets, sales, marketing, and development to name a few. But to plan where your priority focus should be, you must first understand…Details
It’s often the small things – those small minute-by-minute choices we make each day about how to spend our time and focus – that transform our lives into what we want them to be. While it’s essential to have a…Details
Paying Attention To Where Your Attention Is – Developing The Ability To Watch and Listen To Your Own Mind Improves Leadership and Productivity
I am a strong believer in the personal leadership approach FIRST, before you can better your organization or business. Many organizational problems come out of a leader’s personal process problems. So where do you start and how do you improve…Details
Human Brains Do Not Like Multitasking
Many people believe that being able to multitask is a virtue of productivity. But on the contrary, your brain does not like multitasking. In a 2009 study, Stanford researcher Clifford Nass found that chronic multitasks are are less effective even when doing single tasks. Another study in 2010 at a medical research facility in France, found research that suggested a a two-task limit for the human brain.
I constantly hear countless tales from my clients, managers, business owners, CEOs and people in major leadership roles that rely on multitasking. They are available to teams and answer emails within minutes, but they are slave to their inbox, to do lists, and work until the early morning with little to no sleep.Details