Deep Work and the Multitasking Myth

Doreen Steenland Neuroscience Coach shares how how achieving deep work equals achievement in the workplace and in your personal lives on Episode 20.
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EPISODE TRANSCRIPT

Doreen Steenland, transformational neuroscience coach, joins the Moms at Work podcast to talk about the difference between multitasking and switch tasking, and the damage we’re doing to our daily efficiency and productivity when we think we’re juggling multiple tasks, but we’re actually not. Doreen shares tools, tips, and tactics for women and moms especially to organize their schedules, realize optimal performance and productivity at work, and find more time to do the things you want, with the people you love. Tune in to listen to Doreen as she teaches us what exactly “Deep Work” is, and how we can achieve it, and how achieving deep work equals achievement in the workplace and in your personal lives.

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Doreen Steenland

Transformational Neuroscience Coach

Meet the Guest

Doreen Steenland is an Unhackable Certified and ICF certified coach who uses neuroscience and coaching to harness the power of our brains. She empowers moms to connect, communicate and influence the next generation using her unique 5D Launchpad method and unhackable toolbox. As founder of Living Full Life Coaching, she is a working mom of three amazing young adults who is happily married and lives in New Jersey. She enjoys golf, tennis, hiking, biking and walking in her spare time. LivingFullLifeCoaching.com

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