More Proof That You Should Stop Multitasking

multitasking Want to become more productive? Stop multitasking!

Research from FuzeBox is furthering the idea that multitasking actually leads to minimized productivity. Where we once thought we were boosting our productivity, researchers are now telling us that the lack of focus on one thing, essentially the makeup of multitasking, kills our productivity on all tasks involved.

A few statistics from FuzeBox:

- The average person checks their phone 150 times per day. - It takes an average of 25 minutes to resume a task after being interrupted. - Multitasking leads to a 40% drop in productivity. - It takes 50% longer to complete a single task when you multitask. - Multitasking leads to up to 50% more errors on the job.

It's simple. Focus on one thing. By doing so you will complete more tasks in an efficient manner, and boost the quality of your work. Stop multitasking today.

Marissa Brassfield

Marissa Brassfield is a productivity expert, branding consultant and communication efficiency specialist who helps entrepreneurs and high-performance teams become ridiculously efficient.

Marissa has worked with some of the most visionary entrepreneurs on the planet. She’s dialed in to the frustrations these results-oriented, interrupt-driven individuals have with bureaucracy and suboptimal team performance. Her coaching helps entrepreneurs counteract growth-killing practices and unlock unparalleled performance from their support staff.