In this episode, I sit down with productive leadership author and speaker, Dave Crenshaw, as he walks us through his previous struggles with ADHD, productivity, organization, and time management. We go on to discuss the inherent problem with multitasking, how to tell if you’re suffering from Short Attention Span Syndrome, and the effect of multitasking on the amount of work you get done, the quality of your work, and your stress level.
Dave also offers his best advice for content creation, explains why writer’s block is just an excuse, and reveals what you’re really admitting when you say you’re a good multitasker.
This was an awesome discussion with Dave I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!
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About The Guest:
Dave Crenshaw is a productive leadership author and speaker who has appeared in Time magazine, USA Today, FastCompany, and the BBC News. His courses on LinkedIn Learning have received millions of views. He has written four books, including The Myth of Multitasking which was published in six languages and is a time management bestseller. As an author, keynote speaker, and online instructor, Dave has transformed hundreds of thousands of businesses leaders worldwide.
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