#1 Hardest Task when Multi-Tasking: Learn when to say No

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#1 Hardest Task when Multi-Tasking: Learn when to say No, Seekyt

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Many times, we get so use to doing so much at one time that we may find ourselves overwhelmed with the duties on our multi-tasking to do list. It is essential to know that there are times when you will have to put on the brakes and just say no. Anytime you are asked or intend to add something new to your list of things to do, you need to determine whether you can fit something else in comfortably or if there is just no way to fit in just one more thing.

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Learning to say no can be very helpful for setting your limits concerning distractions and you do have permission to say no, when it does not suit your routine or sense of accomplishing all those other things you try to juggle on a daily basis.

#1 Hardest Task when Multi-Tasking: Learn when to say No, Seekyt

These are of course, just a few time management tips to consider while you are in the multi-task mode. They should be able to help you reach your goals of multi-tasking and time management. Last but not in the least of this list is that of knowing when you need to take a break from your schedule. It is essential that you do take the time to rest when you need too, since resting is refreshing to your mind, body and soul regardless of what you may have on a to do list.

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Therefore, in order to make the best of your time management or multi-tasking skills, talents and efforts is to take care of you, your own responibilites, making sure to take breaks when you need to as well as learning how to say no and mean no when you say it.

 

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#1 Hardest Task when Multi-Tasking: Learn when to say No, Seekyt
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Janice is a writer from Chicago, IL. She created the "simple living as told by me" newsletter with more than 12,000 subscribers about Living Better and is a founder of Seekyt.