In step 1, we talked about how mastering your schedule started with simply recording what you do during specific time slots throughout your day. Whether you have a business in Minneapolis, like us, or are across the country, starting with this step can help any business owner find their way to mastering their schedule. Now that you know what you use your time for, we can move onto myths and strategies.
Let’s talk about the myth of multitasking.
IS MULTITASKING REALLY THAT BAD?
Let’s test it.
First, take out a piece of paper and pen. Keep some space for a couple of different exercises.
Write out the following:
In one row, see how fast you can write “how good” with ascending numbers starting with one in between each letter. In the end, it should look like, “H 1 O 2 W 3 G 4 O 5 O 6 D 7.”
In another row, see how fast you can write the words, “How good” with the numbers one through seven next to it. In the end, it should look like, “HOW GOOD 1234567.”
Which one did you do faster?