Interview with Noah Kagan: SumoMe’s Secret Sauce for Productivity

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Interview with Noah Kagan: SumoMe’s Secret Sauce for Productivity

"If you’re running a business or a department in a growing enterprise, then you probably face productivity challenges on a regular basis...

There’s plenty of research that says multitasking on a micro level can harm your productivity. When you’re trying to manage multiple projects or businesses, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and let productivity slip. You take on too much work and wind up doing more harm than good."

Focus on the top 3 big challenges of the day first.


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