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4-3: Multitasking Makes You Stupid: Discover the Myth of Multitasking and Learn the Effect of Focus
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4-3: Multitasking Makes You Stupid: Discover the Myth of Multitasking and Learn the Powerful Effect of Focus Instead

 

Debbie Rosemont
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Do you or your clients feel compelled to multitask to get it all done; checking email while simultaneously on the phone, working on projects, or conducting other business? Experience the slothfulness of multi-tasking and then uncover the incredible power of focus. Explore a way to work that’s more effective and less stressful. Use it in your business and teach it to your clients so that you and they can get more done in less time. 

Session Objectives
After attending this session, participants should be able to:
1. Understand and explain the Myth of Multitasking - Why we feel compelled to do it and why it doesn't really work.
2. Understand and explain benefits to focusing on one thing at a time instead of multitasking.
3. Implement and teach strategies that allow for more focus, eliminate distraction, minimize interruptions and increase productivity.


 


Debbie Rosemont

Debbie Rosemont, CPO® and Productivity Consultant, started Simply Placed in 2003 to help clients increase organization and productivity, maximize efficiency and have more time for what matters most. Rosemont and her employees work with individuals and businesses to create effective organizational systems, successfully manage time, focus on priorities and achieve goals through consulting, hands-on organizing, group-training and accountability sessions that transfer skills, motivate and inspire change. Rosemont is an engaging speaker, consultant and trainer, and has been interviewed for print, radio and TV media. She authored the book Six-Word Lessons to Be More Productive. Rosemont was a founding member and former board member of NAPO-Seattle. She attends conference annually, served on the Ask the Organizer panel in 2012 and was a session presenter in 2014. She is the BCPO Director of Professional Practices. She serves on the NAPO Nominating and Leadership Development committee. She is an active member of WBO and BNI. She was a 2015 Finalist for the Nellie Cashman Women Business Owner of the Year. Rosemont has been engaged by Professional Organizers to help with business strategies, organizational expertise and as an accountability coach. She loves to share her knowledge and lessons learned with others in the industry.

          

 

  

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