Batch Tasks Instead of Multitasking, Mark Twain’s Procrastination Cure, and Diner Origins
Learn why classic diners are shaped like train cars; why multitasking is impossible, and what you should do to be productive instead; and how you can use a simple tip from Mark Twain called the Frog Rule to stop procrastinating on important tasks.
- Classic Diners Are Shaped Like Train Cars for a Very Good Reason — https://curiosity.im/2PhvEaj
- Multitasking Is Impossible, So Batch Tasks Instead — https://curiosity.im/2N5zupm
- The Frog Rule Can Help You Stop Procrastinating on Important Tasks — https://curiosity.im/2MGzUhX
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