Category Archives: Multitasking

Finding the Line Between Doing & Being

It can be difficult to discern between doing and being, especially when it feels like you don’t even have a moment to stop, breathe, and assess your needs, resources, and actions. In fact, many times the line is fuzzy: are … Continue reading

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Do Less, Be More

If your holiday season has become more about doing than about being, try this simple exercise: make a list of things you are not going to do this holiday season. This can help you refocus your energy away from your … Continue reading

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Be Interesting by Becoming Interested

Dale Carnegie once said, “You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.” In my latest newsletter, I talked about … Continue reading

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Mindfulness & Multitasking

January 2010 Mindfulness: learning how to be productive while remaining focused and aware. Do you suffer from multi-tasking overload? Multitasking has become a way of life and is often at odds with mindfulness. If our time and energy are being … Continue reading

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Focus: Using Technology Wisely

Fall 2009 Focus: using technology resources wisely, filtering information, and cultivating attention. Is modern technology and its increasing demands to filter information and cultivate attention driving you to distraction? Texting, email, Facebook, and Twitter can be helpful in connecting with … Continue reading

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