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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Mindfulness Instead of Multitasking: A Plea for a More Conscious Life by Madame Missou is a good tool for readers on how to make use of their limited time effectively and productively, and sharpen their perception. The insightful tips and techniques shared by the author will definitely give a good start to everyone wanting to organize and rebuild their lives, and make use of the limited time everyone has in an efficient way. The book promotes a careful handling of oneself and others, and at the same time will give readers thought-provoking ideas to make them more successful and improve the quality of their lives.
The book speaks about the harm caused by multitasking and how mindfulness and self-awareness are more rewarding and fruitful than multitasking. This book will also help readers to know themselves better and make surprising discoveries about themselves and their lives. The exercises for mindfulness and how to develop self-awareness will get all of them to the right place. The author's tips, techniques and advice are simple and easy to practice and can be incorporated into one's lifestyle without much difficulty.
The traps set by multitasking and how it is a serious disruption and not a skill are discussed. Readers will get to know whether multitasking is healthy or not after reading this book. I found the book to be useful and helpful, especially when it comes to dealing with time and time management.