Multitasking: If You Must Do It, Do It Right

Research suggests that although multitasking does not make you work better, it does make you feel better because there is the illusion that you are getting a lot done. An article at FreshGigs offers four tips to make the best of that happy, quasi-delusional experience. First make a list of things that need to be done and group similar tasks. Use the Pomodoro Technique to tackle tasks in 25 minute chunks with 5 minute breaks in-between, but make sure you find a natural stopping point before shifting gears. Then use time management apps to ensure you stay on task. For more details, read the original article:

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