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Stop trying to multitask, put down your fork and just enjoy your food

Andrew Green

If you've got ambition then you probably suffer from anxiety that you could be "doing more." To combat this anxiety many of us multitask and we think we're good at it but I think that's false.

Through the analogy of eating a meal I explain that by choosing to focus on one task you can do something great, not just do it ok.

Read the blog and let me know if you agree or not.

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  • Melinda Anderson

    Being "present" -- whether it's mindful eating or other tasks -- is so difficult. We've been conditioned to multi-task. It's in our DNA! :) But I have to agree. When I slow down and practice this, I can see the rewards.