by Dr. Mercola
Is your to-do list filled to the brim, leaving important tasks undone at the end of each day? If so, you’re not alone. It’s an all-too-common problem these days, as distractions of all sorts suck up valuable time.
Making matters worse, many mistakenly believe that multi-tasking is the way to wring maximum efficiency out of every minute, when in fact the converse is true.
Focusing on one task at a time is actually far more efficient than multi-tasking, and the proof of this has even been scientifically established.
In the video link below, Dr. Theo Compernolle, a Belgian physician with experience in clinical psychiatry, neuropsychiatry, and neurology discusses how multitasking efficiently is neurologically impossible for your thinking brain, and how understanding the inner workings of your brain can dramatically improve your productivity.