March 11th 2021

Why Multi-Tasking Makes You Stupid (And Keeps You From Getting Things Done)

It's our 21st Century addiction: we listen to a podcast while cooking dinner; we scroll through our email while on a business call. Some people allow multi-tasking to become dangerous — like when they text while driving. Debbie Rosemont, CPO®, Productivity Coach, and founder of Simply in Place, says ENOUGH! One of the only ways to take back your productivity and raise your self-esteem again is to wean yourself off what you think is modern and smart and re-learn how to focus and achieve.

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Debbie Rosemont

Debbie Rosemont, CPO® and Productivity Coach, started Simply Placed in 2003 to help clients increase productivity, maximize efficiency and bring balance and control into their work and lives. Simply Placed associates work with individuals and businesses to create effective organizational systems, clear clutter, successfully manage time, focus on priorities and achieve goals. They help people work smarter, not harder, to increase their bottom line and peace of mind through consulting, hands-on organizing, group training, and their popular It’s About Time – Virtual Productivity Program and Six-Month Productivity Transformation coaching package.

Debbie teaches individuals and groups productive habits and organized systems that allow them to maximize their email, time, tasks, teams, and workspace, resulting in improved client service, employee retention, revenue, and reduced stress. Simply Placed can help you and your business focus on what's important, ultimately helping you achieve a level of efficiency that allows you to get not just more, but more of what you want, out of business and life.

Rosemont is an engaging speaker, an effective consultant, and trainer, and has been interviewed numerous times for TV, print, radio, and online media. She is the author of the book Six-Word Lessons to Be More Productive, co-author of 1 Habit for a Thriving Home Office and the creator of several information products.

Rosemont is one of a small number of Certified Professional Organizers in Washington and was a founding member of the Seattle chapter of NAPO. She is an active member of NAPO (National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals) and Women Business Owners (WBO). She was a proud finalist for the 2015 WBO Nellie Cashman Business Owner of the Year award.

Rosemont, who wears many hats in her own life as a wife, mother, volunteer, and business owner, understands that “life happens” and that it can be a challenge to get and stay organized. However, she’s seen the benefits of an organized life and wants that for her clients. Her goal is to ultimately save her clients time, money and stress, and allow them to focus on the things that matter most.

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It's our 21st Century addiction: we listen to a podcast while cooking dinner; we scroll through our email while on a business call. Some people allow multi-tasking to become dangerous — like when they text while driving. Debbie Rosemont, CPO®, Productivity Coach, and founder of Simply in Place, says ENOUGH! One of the only ways to take back your productivity and raise your self-esteem again is to wean yourself off what you think is modern and smart and re-learn how to focus and achieve.

Questions We Will Answer:
• Why do I feel compelled to multi-task?
• Why doesn't multitasking work?
• How do I focus on one thing at a time instead?

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