No More Multi Tasking

One of the tricks of life is deciding what it is you want in your life to start with. Then letting go of those things you don't. And that's your job. It can only be yours; because everyone else is already taking care of their own lives.

And no matter what they might be trying to tell you, they can't run your life and their own very successfully. So let's just allow the idea of multi-tasking to ride off into the sunset and fill our days with the powerful truth of our own lives.

never settle

It's Your Life - You Get To Choose

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6 Comments on “No More Multi Tasking”

  1. marquita herald

    Awesome message! I also think multi-tasking is one of those broad terms that is often used as a ‘catch-all.’ For examply, listening to music while you’re jogging would be considered multi-tasking in a good way; on the other hand, attempting to balance your checkbook at the same time you’re helping junior with his math homework is not so great – especially for junior.
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    1. Michael

      Thank you Marty. 🙂 You are right, i do think there are some things that can be done concurrently, like you are saying, but in my own life I have found that the more things I try to do at once, the more things never get done at all. 🙂

  2. chanikacha

    That’s a very interesting message! Well We have our own will to choose whether it is right or wrong. In life specially mothers do this kind of work. Just like cooking, cleaning the house while baby sitting his children. This task mostly shows us that we can do one or more task in the same time.
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    1. Michael

      Thank you Chanikacha, I do believe that mothers are the best at multi-tasking, other people (like me) not so good at it. 🙂

  3. George

    I had always wondered how anyone got anything done when they were working on more than one thing at a time. Good to know I don’t need to worry about it.

    1. Michael

      You’re right, George, you don’t need to worry about it. the world is set up as a series of present moments and we can only live in a single one at a time.

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