It’s often said that you get what you need when you need it. You know, you are going through something and all of a sudden, every article you read, commercial you watch, topic of conversation seems to converge around that topic. I’ve been struggling lately with the overwhelming abundance of tasks I’m trying to complete on my project, the exorbitant number of meetings, and how to get it all done without feeling completely overwhelmed.
I’ve been realizing that it comes down to FOCUS. Focusing on one thing at a time. Doing it really well and then moving on to the next task. Stop trying to do everything at once.
Then this article was posted to Linked In, and it spoke to me. It was just what I needed to re-affirm my desire to focus on one thing at a time.
There are six really great tips that we can all apply. I think #2 in the manager’s tips is a BIG one!
What do you think? Does focusing on one task at a time provide greater benefit than trying to be the master of multitasking?