It’s hard to enjoy a movie when you’re busy checking your email.
Difficult to focus on what your spouse is saying when you’re checking Facebook messages.
It turns out that we are terrible doing two things at the same time.
That when we are at work and thinking about our family or at home thinking about work, we are not very effective at doing either.
The simple answer then is to just be present where you are. When you’re at work, be at work. At home, be at home.
We can’t half do things. Choose to be all in or all out.
There is no correlation that spending more time on something makes us more productive.
We don’t have time to do things, but somehow, we find a way to do it twice. Think about it.