Christine Carter, Ph.D. | The Sweet Spot

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Dr. Christine Carter, sociologist and senior fellow at UC-Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, discusses how by doing less we can accomplish more.

Being busy is a sign that we are not fulfilling our potential but makes us feel significant and important. Dr. Carter asserts that one of our biggest mistaken beliefs is that busyness is a sign of productivity and explains how we can escape cognitive overload.

Busyness is a sign that we are overwhelmed. We are less efficient and the quality of our work drops when we are busy multitasking. Dr. Carter discusses how our brain cycles and how we can optimize our personal brainwave rhythms to become more productive, fulfilled and happy.

To learn more about Dr. Christine Carter, visit her website.



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