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  1. Tackling Information Overload - UBC Human Resources

    […] If you find that procrastination is your crutch, write out the day’s tasks in time chunks, so you can get a  visual sense of how little time you actually will spend on this task. Sticking to time limits while mono-tasking will assist in creating personal deadlines and time prioritization in a day. If your task is quiet it may feel difficult to not fill it with thoughts, and this is when mindful breathing techniques become an important tool. For more on why mono-tasking is a key part of stress management and energy demand,  check out my previous article, Stress and the Multi-Tasking Brain. […]

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