- Friday, 13 August 2010 12:47
I remember when the term multi-tasking became the big buzz word around the dot-com days. Although it’s a computer term to describe a computer’s ability to carry out more than one process simultaneously, it’s been used just as much over the past decade to describe a person’s ability to perform multiple tasks at the same time.
- Friday, 13 August 2010 12:37
When I took a professional organization and productivity course a few years ago while still working full time, I learned many strategies for becoming more effective, both at work and home. Some of them I found to be great ideas that seemed simple enough, although I had never thought of myself. Others I wasn’t so sure would work for me.
- Friday, 13 August 2010 12:17
At a time when I continually have to prioritize between another load of laundry or vacuuming the latest balls of fur my dogs have generously shed for me, I come across an interesting statistic. Yesterday I found a stat that indicates the average American watches twenty-eight hours of TV a week. Yes, 28. When you break it down that means about four hours a day, which equates to half of a work day for someone in the workforce (well, that’s how it used to be).