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Stop Multi-tasking, Try This Instead

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Do you find yourself multitasking more but getting less done?

Take a moment and pay attention to what you’re doing right now. Do you have Slack open while you’re composing an email? Are you scrolling through social media while you’re listening to this episode? One of the most frequent questions I get asked is how do I maintain my focus in a world full of distractions.

In today’s episode, I’m going to share a few Kwik Tips on how you can harness your focus and sharpen your ability to concentrate on one thing at a time.

Many people feel a constant pressure to get more done in less time. But research shows that multitasking doesn’t result in more productivity, and it can actually cost you time and money instead. If you often feel inundated with tasks and aren’t sure how to embrace the benefits of monotasking, this episode is for you.

"Where your awareness goes, your energy flows. Be conscious of where you direct your focus."

Jim Kwik

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  • Research shows you’re actually not good at multitasking. You’re doing this instead. [0:49]
  • When you harness your focus, you can actually get more done. Rather than having a to-do list, have this. [1:56]
  • Multi-tasking costs you at least these four things. [2:17]
  • Here’s a framework to help you reduce multi-tasking. [4:15]
  • Remember: the most important thing, is to keep the most important thing, the most important thing. What are you doing right now? [6:29]
  • Start small by doing these two things. [7:33]
  • Take a screenshot, tag me (@JimKwik) and tell me how you’re going to work on monotasking.
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