I came across a new French saying recently: Qui trop embrasse mal étreint (key troh ahmbrass mal aytrahnt), which literally means “[One} who takes on too much, grips badly.” I have an image of someone trying to hold an armful of apples and letting them fall. It’s the equivalent of the English saying “You shouldn’t bite off more than you can chew.” It’s good advice. At the moment, I’m juggling my job, searching for a new one, and preparing our house for sale. In a few days, I’m about to start the first of three grad courses I’m planning to finish this summer. Multi-tasking is second nature and feels like a virtue. But maybe it’s time to relax a bit. In Paris. Let’s face it; if I moved there, I’d take on half-a-dozen projects in no time flat. I may be a hopeless case.
- The Uni-Tasking Challenge (binkiesndrinkies.com)
- Time Management Magazine Offers Julie Morgenstern Interview on YouTube Channel (prweb.com)
- Multitasking Turbo Charged – A simple and effective technique for effective time management (zabekhanblog.com)
- How to Improve Time Management With Three Simple Questions (ready2bloom.com)
- How to Manage Your Time and Be More Productive (insureyes.com)
- Priorities (ephixbooks.wordpress.com)