Multi-tasking Tips To Remember

cartoon businessman multi taskingHave you ever had so many things to do that you’ve wished you had an extra pair of arms?

While an extra pair of arms sure does sound good in helping you accomplish a little more tasks, there’s absolutely no way you’re going to get your way and become the world’s first four-armed man.

For people like you who have lots of things to do, multi-tasking is the boss.

With multi-tasking, you get to do several things at once and meet your deadlines on time. You might be typing on your laptop while you’re waiting for the morning’s breakfast to cook, and a number of several other things you could do at the same time.

Well, here are a few tips that you might want to consider when you do your multi-tasking.

Don’t start on too many things at once.

While the “multi-“ in multi-tasking certainly does mean many, you shouldn’t get too carried away and start working on so many different things at once.

Though this may sound a little tempting considering that you’ll already be well on your way to finishing tasks, remember that beginning on working on too many tasks will greatly divide your focus and attention. You’ll be left confused on what you should be doing first.

Moreover, devoting an hour to, say, five tasks would leave most of them unfinished, while a task or two could have been completely accomplished in the same period.

Set a limit on how many tasks you should be doing at the same time, at any given time.

Identify high- and low-priority tasks.

Not all tasks are created equal. Some tasks are greater than others, while others may be easier than some. Multi-tasking often gets all your tasks mixed up.

In this, you might get a little lost on which ones must be prioritized most and which ones deserve the least priority.

If you don’t identify  the level of priority each of your tasks have, then there’s a great chance that you’ll end up devoting more of your time on low-priority tasks while those which are of high priority becomes set aside.

Work on making a table that notes which tasks must be given greater priority and which ones could settle for less.

Don’t throw Facebook into the mix!

While logging in and browsing on Facebook and other social networking sites seems like something you could mix in with your multi-tasking, doing so greatly hampers your productivity.

Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram could wait! Focus instead on other more important things you have to do.

Multi-tasking lets you make the best use of the time you have. With it, no moment passes by without being used to your advantage.

Juggle your tasks and watch your internet marketing campaign boom.

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