Carol Wilson

June 10, 2008 by  
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Session Favourite Player?

Who is your favorite musician session, the unsung heroes who are not members of the band but add both music. Some of my favorites are: "Carol Kaye - bass player Phil Spector / Brian Wilson Nicky Hopkins - keyboards for The Beatles The Kinks / Stones / / WHO / Zep ... My favorite of all time is "Garson played the piano" Mike Bowie Ziggy Stardust era. Do you?

Guy Pratt - the bassist who has played with Roxy Music, Madonna, Bryan Ferry, with other multiples, and was replaced Floyd Roger Waters. It is also a comedian authour. His book "My bass and other animals "remains one of the funniest things I've read. So, Carlos Alomar (guitar Bowie and Medicine 1974-96ish) is fine, but not so fresh as Pratty.

Too many things to do and not enough: the responsibility of multitasking

You see them everywhere, driving to work talking on the phone, makeup or shaving, looking at the GPS, and drinking their morning coffee. Once you're in the office, which is on the phone while responding to emails. They go to a meeting and bring their laptop so they can work while attending the meeting. Parents come home from work cook dinner and talk on the phone while watching TV. The study of children watch television or loud music in headphones while dining. Sound familiar? It seems almost impossible to do anything less now multi-task. But are we doing things in the sense?

The world has changed considerably since the days of "sequential performance. We used to do one thing at times. We have not had that feeling of imminent pressure to perform and do all it can in a small unit of time than we do today. The question is: What is the best? "Are we truly realize and learn when multiple tasks? I'm beginning to believe that the answer is a resounding no.

In 2005, Glenn Wilson, Institute of Psychiatry, University of London have conducted a trial of 1,100 volunteers on the effects of intelligence scores multitasking. He concluded that "Workers distracted by e-mail and phone calls a decline in IQ more than twice that found in marijuana smokers or people who have lost a night's sleep. "Apparently, frequent interruptions and the need for more work in less time because of the inability stay and get back on track, making the poor work performance.

In July 2006, Russell Poldrack, a psychology professor at UCLA, found that "multitasking affects how you learn. Even if you learn while multitasking, that learning is less flexible, more specialized, so that you do can not retrieve information easily. "

He added: "The best thing you can do to improve your memory pay attention to things you want to remember. Our data support this. When distractions force you to pay less attention to what is done no learning and if you paid attention. "

It is interesting to note that their study was conducted among students university. While that might suggest that people whose brains have been developed using game machines and watch TV and movies deformed time would be better able to perform various tasks, not obvious.

To do more things, to eliminate distractions and learn to focus

Timothy Ferriss, author of the work week recommended 4-Hour people to cultivate what he calls "selective ignorance" to achieve what they really care. It suggests that people will support a rapidly eliminating the reading of books, newspapers, essays, and television one week. Instead, consider that the time to talk to people and listen to music.

The idea here is to decide what you give your time and energy to really not for you, then deliberate on Where do you send your thoughts and focus.

To create a high productivity, we must "enter the zone." Here you are so focused on what you are doing nothing more than exists, but the work that awaits you. Need 100% of your attention on this activity. There is no space for multitasking in this model.
Suggestions to eliminate distractions and become a sequential Tasker:

1. Plan your time messaging. Do not open your e-mail the morning and leave all day. Disable notifications or warnings not to be tempted to see who will be sent by e-mail.

2. Be selective useful information on social networking sites. Really, now, is it necessary to check MySpace, Facebook and Twitter? Why not decide to check one of them once a day and that's all!

3. Close all web browsers (at least need to use the Web for their work, which If they close all unnecessary browser, etc..)

4. Do not answer the phone. Let it go to voicemail. Be causal (not casual) in their conversations.

5. Start your day with a list of tasks no more than three elements. If you manage this, then look at something else do.

6. Work on a project at a time.

7. Be sure to drink enough water, eat your food and exercise great daily. Following
1. 8 Keys wellness ensure that you have the body and mind for a life that you can be proud.

About the Author

Carol Merlo, B.S., M.Ed., Speaker and Author has degrees in both Educational and Health Psychology, and has studied personality psychology for over 30 years and has been a professional network marketer since 1994.


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