Taking my shot at describing, capturing for future, further access, what I learned this week—whether I really understood it, or not.
week 50, 2012
scaffolding city shot 195
 What to do first?
How do you decide? Most of us have lists, hand-written, electronic or mental. How many of us are sticking to them? One thing after the other, working down the list.
I can't remember the last time I made it for more than a few minutes before I started multi-tasking, was distracted by a person, call, email, or my thoughts.
How about you?
 There's no such thing as multi-tasking
I've been thinking this for a while. Been trying to unlearn the lifelong habit of trying to multi-task for a while now, too.
Here's an article about a study that says multi-tasking not only doesn't exist, but that attempting it actually makes you less productive.
And still, I can't stop!
 What if you only had two hours?
What would you do with that time? I don't mean to live. I mean today. For work.
You will be whisked away from your office, regardless of what you've accomplished, what's important, due or overdue.
Two hours today.
What do you do first?