Monday, May 3, 2010

Multitask to Get Boring Things Done

I hate writing school work for reasons you must have guessed (ya, who writes when we can type). But should I get through school, I must get through those too. So how do I scrape through?
I multitask.

For, this post is being written along with my assignments. I write one sentence here. I write one paragraph there. By the time I finish this post, I will finish 3-4 pages there.

So, combine boring stuff with interesting stuff to get both stuff done.

Why this works: Boring stuff are boring because they are usually repetitive tasks like copying, calculating, etc that require less or no active involvement. So, when we are doing such things our brain will be working less, and soon it starts sleeping.
But when we mix interesting things with boring things, our brain gets an alternating current shock of rest and activity, keeping us awake.


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6 comments :

Aswin.K.V said...

i always wanted to ask u this"how did u manage to get these 450 followers"..............any blackmagic

Akshay S Dinesh said...

Its just plain MS paint[not even photoshop] magic... You never clicked on it, did you?

Reshma said...

Hey u ugly crap, u ver jus makn fake folowers..??i was jus tellin ma cousins hw brilliant u ver and havng such no. f folowrs..

Akshay S Dinesh said...

Well if u thot those numbers were real, they were as good as real...

Anonymous said...

Get a copy of the April 2011 issue of the Reader's Digest and you will realize that multi-tasking ain't such a really great idea..

Akshay S Dinesh said...

you will realize that multi-tasking ain't such a really great idea

May be this was written when multi-tasking didn't mean talkin on the phone while driving while reading the newspaper...

This article's about doing 1 task for 10 minutes, another for the next 10 minutes, and so on... It's really uni-tasking again and again..




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