Ever had too many windows open on your computer or phone? Loads of tabs on the internet browser, music playing, documents open, background apps and folders everywhere?
If you have a powerful device it’ll probably be able to handle this. But most of the time your device will become overburdened and slow.
It’ll become unresponsive. The battery will drain rapidly.
There are some days when I feel like I have too many things going on at the same time. And, just like the devices, I become unresponsive and my energy drains rapidly.
And I may have 10 things going but I manage to complete none of them.
So I’ve begun keeping a piece of paper next to me when I work. Whenever I want to open up a different bit of work I write down what it is. I then go back to focusing on what I was doing before.
This way I keep one window, one app or one task going at a time. And open the other ones when it’s necessary.
It might feel like we can multitask. But often all we’re achieving is having all the tasks going but getting none of them done
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