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Single Task Challenge

mindfulness Aug 21, 2018

Multitasking can be a sneaky default answer to those times when you feel overwhelmingly busy. Multitasking pumps that busy energy up, but doesn't offer a return for productivity.

Truth is: You're actually more productive when you do just one thing at a time vs. all the things at a time.

Give this single task challenge a try and then go for the big non-doing challenge in the newsletter when you're ready. 

 


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