Are you under the impression that having multiple jobs or projects going at one time is more efficient for your leathercraft productivity than focusing on one one project at a time?
Have you been told and/or taught that it’s better to cut out all your jobs for the week or month at one time and get them all going?
Are you finding at the end of the week or that month that you haven’t finished anything? But you have 47 things started!
I use to be this way, and oftentimes still am. Truthfully, I still fight this battle everyday. For years we have been told that multitasking is a skill that the best and most efficient Craftsmen do. This is what makes them successful and productive.
Multitasking is not as efficient as people once thought.
“Highly successful people attribute success to the ability to focus on one specialized activity. They don’t rapidly switch around from one interest to another — they start a task and then they reliably follow through with it. Instead of just “getting it done,” they achieve mastery or create something truly complete.” -Article by Forbes Magazine in 2018 “Is Multitasking An Asset Or A Liability?” Continue reading