• Singletaskers, unite!

    Are you here because of my recent talk about singletasking? Or maybe you stumbled upon this page by chance?


    Either way, I'm glad to have you!


    While you're here, I wonder if you can help me with something -- I'd love to hear your opinion about multitasking vs singletasking:

    • What do you like most about singletasking? (Even about the idea of it, if you haven't had a chance to try it yet)
    • What do you dislike most about multitasking?

  • Resources to Help You Singletask

    What is it?

    Focusmate virtual coworking helps you get things done.

    Quite literally, this is my secret weapon and my most recommended resource to coaching clients. I highly recommend watching the 30-sec video on their home page to get what it's all about.



    Free Version: Free forever for up to 3 sessions/week.

    Paid Version: $5/month for unlimited sessions.


    Link: focusmate.com

    What is it?

    Functional music to improve focus in 15 minutes. Science-backed patented tech to help you do what you need to do. I've been a satisfied user for years.



    Monthly: $6.99/month

    Yearly: $49.99/year



    Non-referral link: brain.fm

    Referral link: brain.fm/invite/2W0VgwOJlD (I'm already on a lifetime plan so I don't receive anything from this link, but use if you choose for 1 month free for yourself.)

    What is it?

    Browser-based Pomodoro-style time. Use it to help you implement the "official" Pomodoro Technique, or play with the settings to customize your experience.


    Pricing: Free


    Link: tomato-timer.com