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A good example of task saturation is when a pilot has so much going on that he struggles to process everything the environment throws at him.
(The pilots attention is on various buttons and switches that he doesn't notice another plane is coming that direction)
You’re probably not a fighter pilot, but there’s a good chance that you, too, have experienced task saturation in daily life.
Remember: task saturation happens when there’s a lot going on and too little time to address it all.
Me running deadlines till 1am had me thinking for a while to realize i should manage my time much more wisely. By guiding me in detailed, 'Do What Matters' made my skills and ways of thinking thrive with it efficient ways of managing time.
After writing an article a day for 100 days straight, I decided to finally take a break from the past two years of constant work.
Getting back into work, I realised just how overdue that short break was and how important it is for entrepreneurs in general.
Here are a few reasons why it's beneficial for entrepreneurs to take breaks regularly.
For the past two years in entrepreneurship, I have tried to hustle my way to success. Recently, I took a break and figured out the benefits it had on me and my mindset.
1.When people tell you things you don’t agree with
Don’t object to them firmly.
First acknowledge what they say with words like, “I see what you mean” and continue with your own opinion asking “but have you ever thought about this part of it?” That approach will help you make your point without being interrupted or having someone oppose you.
2. To improve your mood
You can Write down negative thoughts and tossing them in a trash can.
And if you are angry, draw lines. Simple patterns relax you. If you feel sad, paint a rainbow.
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