Monday, May 31, 2010

How (and Why) to Stop Multitasking - Peter Bregman

First, it was delightful. 

Second, I made significant progress on challenging projects, the kind that — like writing or strategizing — require thought and persistence.

Fourth, I lost all patience for things I felt were not a good use of my time. 

Fifth, I had tremendous patience for things I felt were useful and enjoyable. 

Sixth, there was no downside.

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