Single Tasking is Key to Super-Productivity

brain healthWithout a doubt, our lives are busier than ever. Work demands are increasing along with compounded family and personal demands.

Stress levels are at their highest and we are more exhausted than ever.

And, the worst thing of all is – we are less happy and get less done because of our chaotic, over demanding lives.

How often during the day do you hear the words “I am too busy”…or “I don’t have time?” If they don’t come out of your mouth that particular day, you hear someone else speaking them.

Our minds are on overload with information and tasks and we try and get everything done rather than just the most essential things.



We need to learn how to release and let go of the many mind distractions continually confronting us and re-learn the art of “focus.”

We inherently believe that we are super-multi-taskers ready and able to tackle and complete multiple tasks at once – splitting our attention and focus in many different directions. But in reality, research proves we are terrible multi-taskers and splitting our attention only weakens it much like an electric “splitter” does. This type of multi-tasking lowers IQ. You can actually lose up to 40 percent of your productivity by trying to multi-task.

Truth is, minds that are bombarded with several streams of information at once have trouble paying attention, recalling information and switching between tasks compared to those that focus and place their concentration on one thing at a time.

Super-productive does not mean tackling multiple tasks at once…it means tackling one thing at a time and succeeding and then moving onto the next.



Single-tasking is the key to super-productivity. Single-tasking is exactly what it implies – focusing on one task at a time until it is done. Immersing yourself in the task at hand is what makes you productive. Giving it your full focus allows your creative juices to flow.

The equation is simple: shifting your focus from being busy to being productive.

Focus on the essential and eliminate the rest. What this does is to put your concentration firmly in the moment where action takes place. You release your anxieties and anticipations by focusing on what’s in front of you only (the essential). This places you in the “flow.”

Our attention needs to be on the 5% of tasks that improve our lives and make us money not the 95% of stuff that only steals our attention and our energy. The problem lies with the fact that most people don’t have the discipline in place to make these conscious changes.

And, that’s where fitness comes in. Increased self-discipline and the ability to focus on a single task for a long period of time is a natural result of having a fitness program firmly cemented into your life.



Fitness offers way more than making you look and feel healthier. It can also make you a lot more focused.

You’ll gain these mental benefits from regular fitness:

Increased blood flow and growth factors to your brain: improving mental cognition and focus

Creates new brain cells: continually repairing and replacing dead brain cells

Works your “attention” muscle: improves the “brain circuits” that underlie your ability to think and learn.”

Along with the above benefits, you’ll also enjoy enhanced moods, enhanced memory, impulse control and energy levels – all important factors that influence how focused you are.

Exercise increases blood pressure and blood flow everywhere in the body including the brain. More blood means more energy and oxygen making our brains perform better.

Once your focus is on what’s truly important (the essential), your productivity instantly increases. The result is a growing a thriving business to super-star levels.

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