Over the past 12 years, one of the things that I have been fortunate enough to learn out of necessity, combined with how the brain works, is ‘time management’.
Well, you see, time management is really a misnomer, how we use our time comes down to our energy. And our energy comes down to our attention.
Too many people think they can multitask, not realizing the tremendous amount of energy they waste switching back and forth between objects.
Think of it this way, if you were to run 100 yards straight away or run 100 yards, but broken up between 5 yards and back, ten times, kind of like a shuttle run; which one would be harder?
Metabolically it’s a no-brainer, the shuttle runs will tax you much more, even though the total distance in the same. Your brain works the same way metabolically. Starting is the hardest part of focus or exercise. When you constantly start and stop, you are burning precious brain fuel.
Stop multitasking and focus on the 1 thing that you must do first. Simple but effective.
Think differently – Kyle Newell
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