Sluggish start? You are not alone.

Feeling a bit sluggish as we welcome the new year?

Are you bombarded with inbound requests and priorities?

Catching yourself multitasking to keep up with demands?

You’re not alone.

My top clients are saying the same thing. They secretly wish the holiday break was JUST a bit longer.

In lieu of my normal news approach, I’m going light on the word count this week.

I invite you to take a 2 minute breather and enjoy this Forbes article.

I outline the proven challenges and consequences of multitasking, and the false sense of “productivity” it promises. I also offer 4 ways to overcome the temptation to multitask.

That’s it.

Are you designing your 2022 growth plans? Here are three other ways to improve your efficacy and deepen your connections.

  1. Join our Mindful Marketer Life Streams.

The next session happens on Friday, January 21 at 1:30 pm ET. You can follow Lisa on LinkedIn here.

Yes, it’s free. And you can post live questions.

  1. If you prefer faster results, consider personalized 1:1 coaching with me.
  2. If you feel isolated, and need the intimacy and trust of our private CMO community, just reach out. I’ll share how you can apply to join the group. We just celebrated 10 years together.

Make 2022 the year of focus, not false productivity

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