How To Be A Better Multitasker
Strangely enough, being a better multitasker comes down to doing one thing at a time. Weird, right?
By Jenn Gulotta
#1. TAKE MORE BREAKS
A 2008 study that appeared in the journal Cognition found that the brain’s ability to retain focus nosedived after spending too much time on one specific task. What’s too much time? Well, once you start to drift or daydream, you’ve already there.
Another study conducted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FDA) that revealed how short breaks between longer working sessions resulted in a 16% improvement in awareness
Exercise is one healthy distraction. But even something as simple as going for a walk has been shown to increase productivity while relieving stress.