Every activity we do uses a different set of cognitive resources. Sending an email uses one set of cognitive resources. Reading a report uses another.
The more tasks you try ...
Another overconsumer of brain fuel is over focusing.
"Unfocusing" your mind, or purposefully letting it wander, is key to improving focus overall. The brain does its...
Schedule into every workday some breaks from all that focusing and allow your mind to travel into what's called the "default mode network" for a bit of freestyle riffing.
Try traveling with your mind to someplace enjoyable — maybe it's a stroll through an imaginary forest or sunbathing on a warm, sandy beach. Pair your daydreaming with some form of low-key activity ...
When distracting interruptions are shut off, our brains get a chance to complete full sentences of thought. Your important work benefits when you shut off or put away your phone and other screens. ...
Are you a lark who is sharp and alert in the morning? Or is night owl more your style? 🦉 Schedule your most important projects during your brain's periods of peak performance.
Dabbling in hobbies not only is fun but can help us come up with new solutions to problems we're facing at work or home. Allowing your mind time to play is another way to invite in...
Taking a digital sabbath — intentionally setting aside time to rest from your screens and all their interruptions — offers an important benefit.
It reminds us there's a world outside ...
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