I bet multitasking is not foreign to you. You’ve probably done it at least once today. You might even be doing it right now. Multitasking is our easy escape to completing tasks. However, is it efficient? Does it really do more good than harm? In this article, we will answer these questions, test our multitasking abilities, and gain an insight on the most efficient way to increase productivity.
First up, let us take a look at how great you are at multitasking. Below, you will see a short exercise on multitasking. Take the test and come right back once you’ve seen your results.
We’ve recently made a guest post on MidwaySimplicity. In that article, we talk about increasing your chances of being productive whether you’re at home or at work. We basically talk about two tips:
You can read more on the tips at: http://midwaysimplicity.com/become-more-productive/.
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“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”
― Mahatma Gandhi
Learning must never stop. It’s a rule that we must keep in mind especially after we’ve removed ourselves from the academe. Even when we’re no longer in school and we’re engrossed in our eight hour jobs, we should still keep the learning wheel going.
We’ve learned so much in school, but there’s still so much more to learn in the real world. Can you imagine just how much information we have yet to learn? Guaranteed, it’s more than what you can find in the 32 volumes of the 2010 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, and that’s already a lot of information. New data is made every minute and that’s on all sorts of topics, from science to math, from personal development to computer games. How can we possibly keep up with all these new information? You can’t because your brain can only store so much, but you can try to learn as much as you can. This method is to dedicate a small fraction of your time each day to learning something new. Continue reading “To Do: Learn About A New Thing Everyday” »
Today we are here with Stacy Claflin. She’s an author and she frequently blogs about personal development at GrowWithStacy.com. She is launching her new novel, Betrayal, which is very exciting, but I’ll let her tell you all about it.
By the way, as part of the launch, You can download Deception, the first book of her novel series, for free from the 18th to the 22nd of this month. You can get it here.
I had the opportunity of interviewing Stacy, and you can find all about her new book, her process, motivation, and much more below.
I’m a personal development blogger turned novelist. I’m still writing about personal development, but now I’m writing fiction too. Personal growth is important regardless of what we are doing, because if we aren’t growing then we’re shrinking. When I’m not writing, you can find me running a home preschool, teaching my kids at home, and spending time with my family and friends.
Betrayal is the second book in The Transformed series, it follows after Deception. The series is about a young lady named Alexis Ferguson who begins to suspect that she’s been adopted. Her parents deny it, but she won’t give up. What she discovers turns her world upside down and is beyond her ideas of reality. Continue reading “Betrayal – An interview with Stacy Claflin” »