Are you one of those people with 30 tabs open at any given time?
Do you find yourself checking Instagram or absent-mindedly responding to someone on Whatsapp when you should be working?
Don’t worry, we all do it.
As soon as you hear the ping of a notification, it’s incredibly easy to wander off and lose valuable time during your day.
But what if you could remove all those attention suckers when you’re trying to do your best work? And easily switch back when it’s time to communicate or play?
It’s possible — and easy to do with multiple desktops.
Learn what they are, why they’re so helpful, and how to set them up for yourself in a way that maximizes not only productivity but focus as well.
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Work is a place that we can easily feel stressed and overwhelmed. Maybe you have multiple projects going at the same time or an impossibly short deadline that your boss wants you to meet. Itâ€™s happened to all of us at one point! The key to keeping calm under all this stress? Mindfulness.
When a workplace promotes mindfulness a few changes begin to happen. The entire company culture changes. The workplace begins to attract (and keep) the best employees. And performance within the company improves!
Continue reading How Be Happier & More Productive at Work with Simple Mindfulness Practices
We are so excited about this latest podcast episode!
Time management author, public speaker, coach & trainer Dave Crenshaw has appeared in Time magazine, USA Today, FastCompany, the BBC News, & his courses on LinkedIn Learning have received millions of views. Crenshaw’s three books, including â€œThe Myth of Multitaskingâ€ and his newest, â€œThe Power of Having Fun: How Meaningful Breaks Help You Get More Doneâ€, are in stores now.
Continue reading Ep. 9 – Dave Crenshaw, Time Management Coach & Author Of “The Myth Of Multitasking”
Are you the type of person thatâ€™s constantly doing more than one thing? Do you regularly eat while youâ€™re working? Do you check your emails, social media notifications, and look at news in the morning while youâ€™re getting ready for the day? Youâ€™re not alone, most of us multitask, and many of us think weâ€™re pretty good at it, but most of us have no idea what multitasking is doing to us.
Continue reading Stop Multitasking, Itâ€™s Wearing You Down!
Apple recently announced that iOS 9 for the iPad will allow two apps to be displayed side-by-side simultaneously.Â This feature, like every multitasking “improvement,” is being promoted as a way to enable users to be more productive, so why do I find myself feeling sad that Apple didn’t continue to hold the line against the “everything, everywhere, all-the-time, simultaneously” philosophy that consumes device and operating system design all too often?
Continue reading iPad Update a Step Back for Mindfulness?