Single Tasking Day-Feb. 22nd

Single tasking referenced as monotasking, a practice which over time
became lost due to our busy world, is known for increase in production
plus conservation of one’s energy.

To minimize interruptions and distractions appears to be an amazing skill.

The history behind monotasking is unknown and same applies to its origin.

Two famous people, masters at single tasking were Benjamin Franklin, the
Founding father of the US and Beethoven, a well-renowned music composer.

The benefits of ‘single tasking’ far outweigh those of the opposite ‘multitasking’
which identifies with half-finished projects, extreme exhaustion and the potential
for burnout.

Topping the list of ways to celebrate this day is to do one thing at a time, a single