Moody Monday: Why multitasking might be a bad idea after all

According to Georgetown Professor Cal Newport, the ability to perform continuous deep work during which an individual doesn’t get any distractions, is what makes someone successful. The opposite of deep work, multitasking, might even be detrimental to your career, as studies show multitasking makes you less productive. The importance of being always connected is self-imposed, he says….

Why more than a third of Middle East employees can’t concentrate at work

The average office worker gets interrupted or distracted every three minutes. This interruption comes from colleagues, one of the 204 million emails sent per minute (which we check 30x every hour) or one of the eight windows open on your computer. All these distractions really make it difficult for all of us to be productive. According…