The Myth of Multitasking

Multitasking is a catch-all word that signifies success, adaptability and, above all, is a common descriptor on hopeful job applicants' resumes. Friends, do you want the truth? Our brains don't like to multitask. In fact, they hate it and reject it. They're simply not wired to behave in such a manner.  Research shows that humans can only … Continue reading The Myth of Multitasking

Write Like No One Is Reading

My seven-year-old son, Skyler, has a behavioral chart at school. The main obstacle to achieving four stickers, the highest level of success, has been narrowed down to mostly one thing, completing his journal. He either doesn't write in the journal or doesn't read the journal out loud to the class when requested. I've felt bewildered … Continue reading Write Like No One Is Reading