I've been told this in one form or another countless times in my life. The ability to hold onto one thought or sit through one task has always been an incredible struggle for me. One that I continue to battle to this very day.
Electronic devices are designed to help busy users keep track of everything they need to remember. However, studies show that the “low tech” practice of writing things down is actually better for retaining things in one’s memory. To protect the busy professional against any sort of memory loss resulting from use of tablets, laptops, or other digital devices, Nashville entrepreneurs Robbie Goldsmith and Chris Wilcox have created a one-of-a-kind productivity manager.