Thought there were some great insights here that we just can’t help but share. It’s an article called The Remote-Work Revolution Has Increased Digital Overload.
In it, Olga Kokshaniga shares some really interesting perspectives. Here’s a short excerpt:
Research shows the idea of multitasking is a myth.
Maybe we can cope with two things at one time, such as listening to music while working. But for any task requiring focus, we have to make a cognitive switch.
Studies show the more we switch, the worse we get at focusing on what’s relevant to the task before us.
Make fewer switches to maximise your ability to filter out interference from thoughts about other tasks.
It’s a pretty in-depth article from Kokshaniga. So, if you want to read the rest of it, just click on this link to Smart Company to learn more…