The Multi-Tasking Myth

Most people are under the assumption that those who can multi-task are more productive than people who focus on one thing at a time. People in technology-rich environments are usually seen multi-tasking constantly. Well, Stanford University researchers...


It has been said, “Multi-tasking means screwing everything up simultaneously.” Many fire service leaders believe they have mastered the art of multi-tasking and become more effective in every area of their lives. While furiously typing at their computer keyboards, they are receiving text...


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It’s never too late to break a bad habit. Start today by putting down your electronic devices and giving people and projects your full attention.