Quit Multitasking: How to Unitask and Get More Done

It usually sounds good if you tell the job interviewer you can multitask, but if you want to actually accomplish something instead, unitasking is probably the better bet. Jacquelyn Smith writes for Forbes about how to be the best unitasker. Schedule time to unitask and allocate a specific amount of time, choosing the right time of day and keeping your office door closed. Consider alternative work spaces if yours is too noisy. Keep a clean desk and disconnect from devices when you can. When you have an important call, literally turn around and face a wall so your mind is not tempted to drift elsewhere. Being the best unitasker means being a taskmaster unto yourself. For a full breakdown, read the original article:

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