The Energizer

Resilient Insights for Work & Life

Featured Image

Busting the Multitasking Myth

By Eileen McDargh - Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Resiliency requires energy and focus—both of which vanish in our ever-pressing sense that we can only get “it all done” by handling many things at the same time.  We bring our work to our homes, watch smart phone screens instead of the eyes around the dinner table, and go into a restless sleep right after checking more email. 


Subscribe to My Blog!

Like My Blog?

Please share it!

Recents Posts




Jewish Meetings Sleeping Talk Ain't Cheap Book Fun Work Environment Idea Depression civil discourse Strangers Gifts From The Mountain Labor Day goals Yoga holidays stuck Disrupt Sales Tornadoes in Texas Energizing Others Suddenly Single Vacation Travel Multi-tasking Adaptability Option B resiliency employee retention Postive Work Environment Sheryl Sandberg Alzheimer's Feedback John Blumberg Adventure U.S.A.A. Children Education Office Celebrations Trust New Year resolutions Happiness Change e-mail Ecotourism Content Generation Humor Arlington Cemetary Reshaping the Brain Motivating Others resilient organizations resilient leaders Thanksgiving The Last Jedi Mark Scharenbroich Energy Charity Technology Road Trip Laughter Soft Skills Kindness Bill Treasurer ecology Energizing creativity Memorial Day preresilience Diversity Relationships Patriots Hurricane Irma Leadership Skills coaching Christmas Sustainability Engaged Workers Communication Divorce Honoring Veterans Animals Spelling Bee Walk For Hunger Persuasion Branding Guns Survive Girls Back To School Adam Grant Optimism Disruption Napping Family Henry VIII Twas The Night Before Christmas earthquakes St. Patrick's Day Intentions Vegan Faith Emotional Intelligence Writing Empathy Loss Positive Brain Repatterning Environtment conscience Nursing employees customer service Exercise Stress Burnout teams Sexual Harassment cancer Seder Eve angels women in leadership USAA resilience More Fun at Work Social Media Deloitte Speaking Married work life balance Siblings Politics servant leadership Women WASP gratitude LGBTQ Dogs Mother's Day Interview Building Resilience Bullying Voting Hurricane Harvey love Corporate Culture Networking Boston Marathon Listening Radical Resiliency Humanity Aging Leaders Open Doors Book Employee Attitude Marriage waiting Climate Change Career Advice Superbowl Book Reviews Your Resiliency GPS John Havlik Learned Optimism