How Multitasking Could Be Ruining Your Life

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Multitasking, we tend to think, is a promise of "getting more done in the same amount of time"; it guarantees "productivity" and "doing it all". But what are the costs? Is it really possible to multitask? What are we really gaining--and what are we losing--by consistently multitasking in our everyday lives? Join co-hosts Danielle Mund, Tracy Pierce, and Veronica Taylor in this riveting discussion about the hidden costs of an everyday phenomenon.

Danielle Mund, entrepreneur coach and speaker, is on a mission to inspire all women to dream and do big, choose powerfully and consciously, and create lives and businesses they absolutely love and deserve. She is the founder of the Beginner's Guide to Getting Anything You Want workshop and has most recently been published in The Daily Muse. Above all else, she believes that success is a choice, and that living the life we want is completely within our power to create. Her own path to freedom, free tips, and more can be found at daniellemund.com.

Tracy K. Pierce is a clutter coach, holistic organizer, and holistic wellness practitioner. She is the owner of Synergy Organizing and Synergy Wellness. Her mission is to propel her clients towards the realization of their ideal lives. Tracy assists holistically-minded and motivated people who are sick and tired of their clutter reclaim space for what matters most.

Veronica Taylor is a Leadership Coach, ELI-MP, and a CPC. As the founder of Life Leaders Coaching, she's designed a 3-step coaching process: Discover, Grow, and Sustain; which supports clients through leadership transformation in order to ensure long-term success in all aspects of life.  With experience working in a global environment, Veronica is a fluent Spanish-speaker who approaches coaching from a global perspective and often integrates the Buddhist practice of mindfulness in her work.

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