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Is Multitasking Really Effective? (Video) – Episode 34 of Your Weekly Dose of Life-Work Balance

In this week’s video, I help you become more productive, more efficient, and increase your performance by getting rid of multitasking. Watch below!

Many people pride themselves on their ability to multitask and, sometimes, this is even added as “one of the best attributes” on resumes … I understand that multitasking has become a necessary skill to stay competitive in the working world, but it should not be something to brag about.

Our brain can do a maximum of two things well at the same time, but when it comes to concentrating on multiple things that require your full attention, that’s when the brain has a problem to keep up.

In a work setting, research has shown that, instead of focusing and working on multiple tasks and projects at the same time, the brain switches between them, and this can cause up to a 40% loss in productivity. Plus, research has revealed a tight connection between multitasking and health disorders.

Watch the video where I shared tips to help you become more productive without working on multiple things at once.

If you have a hard time to organize your day and you tend to rely on multitasking to tackle your never-ending to-do list (without successful results), you may be interested in my signature program, LIFE-WORK BALANCE.

Life-Work Balance is a 6-month program that focuses on epigenetics, neuroscience, and positive psychology allowing you to increase your energy, boost your focus, optimize your performance and productivity, enhance your happiness, positivity, creativity, and become more successful and profitable while you lead a healthier lifestyle.

Check the program out or schedule a complimentary Clarity Call with me to discuss more in detail and see if this is the right solution for you.

Do you multitask? Share with us below!

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