Multitasking is a waste of time… better to Unitask

After a long hiatus, I’m back… not that the hiatus was called for, but in all truthfullness the evil procrastonator is reappearing again… argh!!!

One redeeming feature I have is that I have begun to work on a another blog http://bestmealsincanberra.wordpress.com/ I’ve written 2 preliminary articles for that blog but I haven’t nailed down the mother article yet.

Time to revisit those goals and by now you should have realised that I can’t even  just stick with the to do’s of the first goal. What I need to do is to stick with the one goal and the one ‘to do’, hence the title of this article. It really is this simple, but why I find it so hard is beyond me. Is one article a day really that difficult? I’m pretty sure there’s something more fundamental to it. Perhaps I need to train myself on discipline. I was once told that a habit can be picked up if you keep at it for 30 days.

YOU KNOW WHAT, THAT’S WHAT I NEED TO DO. WRITE 30 POSTS, ONE A DAY.

I’m spreading myself to thinly, I just need to focus on one thing and get it over and done with. Am I trying to do too many things at once? David Crenshaw thinks so –

Lesson for the day – Unitasking is better than Multitasking. Stick to your knitting as Gary North would say.

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About 1D

I've been fermenting in Canberra OZ for awhile now... Like all public servants I'm battling the cubicle nation... This blog will share my personal journey in which I am preparing to get out of cubicle jail... Time to be your own architect...
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