Here’s a reminder to spend a few minutes a day on you – just you.
You can protest all you like about your ability to multitask – but you’d be wrong. You can’t, I can’t.
Humans work best when we read/write/analyze/deconstruct one thing at a time.I suggested 15 minutes a day would do it, Minutes aside, if you are thinking of making a change – a big one or just a tweak – budget some moments in your calendar and treat it as holy time, not negotiable.
Give yourself the gift of time. It adds up. 10-15 minutes a day, five days a week for 50 weeks adds up to 62.5 hours a year – almost two full work weeks. What a great investment in you.
John Scott is the Career Services Manager and an instructor at the School of Multimedia Communications, Academy of Art University, San Francisco. His latest book “You. Employed: why winners get jobs” is in the Amazon book store. @johnscottsf