Let's set the stage a bit:
It’s the start of the week, and you have a list a mile long full of tasks that need to be done.
You take a sip of your coffee (or in my case, tea) and wonder how you are going to get it all done.
Perhaps you start checking email, only to realize you need to make a phone call before you head to your first meeting – either virtual or in person.
After finishing the call, you realize you need to update a few notes to be ready for the meeting, but you still have to get this one email sent before you leave, so you switch gears again and finish the email.
Then with only a few minutes to spare, you scribble some thoughts on a sheet of paper and race to your meeting.
As the morning progresses and you are in another meeting, you realize there are some emails you want to check, so you decide that you can listen to the meeting and respond to a few emails, too.
Does this sound at all like something you’ve experienced?
If so, you probably...