Why Do You Want To Be a Hedgehog?
There has been a multitude of studies and research done at Stanford University about multi-tasking. My husband Mark Januszewski, The World’s Laziest Networker abhors multi-tasking. Me on the other hand I live for successful multi-tasking and I act like the fox. So, why do you want to be a hedgehog instead of being like me?
Here is a most eloquent explanation but one of our incredibly hard-working Master Key Experience members Peaches Land from Australia. You enjoy reading this click here.
Each and every week we get an amazing MKE member sharing their experience, strength, and hope. Here is Anna’s magical article.
As a matter of fact, I completely identify with Peaches being a constantly running around fox like it was a good thing to be so so busy. Are peopleimpressed by entrepreneurs that a so so so busy – yes I think they are but I don’t want all the stress and damage to my brain! EGO! Gosh, darn that EGO.
Now I know the answer to why do you want to be a hedgehog. Finish 1 thing at a time fully before moving onto the next thing. Although I am still going to consider doing laundry and running the dishwasher while doing housework or office work as multi-tasking LOL!
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Wonderful article, to keep me on my path.
Love it Davene! There is merit in being the fox whilst still having hedgehog purpose … all things in moderation. Multi-tasking can still be done consciously rather than manically and unconsciously where one loses ones head in the task!
Mahalo for the comment and I agree wholeheartedly!
Haha…thinking as multi tasking…ummm
crazy old hedgehog LOL