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The Myth of Multitasking |  April 24, 2019 (0 comments)


Merrick, NY—If you listen to a group of jewelers at any industry event, you certainly would come away with the idea that this is the busiest industry there is. Whether it’s long store hours, high workplace expectations, or the proliferation of conventions, shows, and other reasons to travel, jewelers are always multitasking.

Are you a multitasker? You probably think you are, but it may be that you are switching from project to project—and potentially not getting the maximum impact you can. Let’s take a look at a few super-short videos that look at multitasking and how it affects both your brain and your productivity! (Image at left: Davidson Belluso)

Multitasking Is a Myth, And To Attempt It Comes at a Neurobiological Cost | Big Think

Switching across tasks is really what we are doing when we try to multitask. Take a better look at this practice and how if affects the brain. Click here or on the image below to watch.


Does Multitasking Kill Productivity? Why Multitasking Fails and How to Stop Doing It | Next Level Life

Learn about multitasking and find out three tips that help with focus. Click here or on the image below to watch.


How To Multitask Effectively - Multitasking Tips | Howdini

Train yourself to ignore distractions to focus on one thing at a time, resulting in a better attention span. Click here or on the image below to watch.

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