If there’s one occupational disease microISVs fall prey to it’s that frenzic state of mental overload known as being crazybusy. Between 150 emails, skype, a cell phone, a landline, new customers asking old questions, IM, twitter, more email, trying to get a bug patch done, and maybe, just maybe actually doing some development, most (me too) microISVs spend their days in and on a psychological state of total Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). Their are crazybusy, and they (we!) need help.
This week on Channel Nine’s The MicroISV Show, Michael Lehman and I talk with Dr. Edward Hallowell, author of the book “CrazyBusy – Overstretched, Overbooked and About to Snap! Strategies for Coping in a World Gone ADD”. Dr. Hallowell has some very, very good advice for developers on how to stop being overwhelmed, overstressed, overclocked and how to get productive again.

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