Sometimes after you take a baby step, the logical thing is to keep going. Taking too many baby steps in different areas can lead to task switching. Despite what most job ads would have you believe, multitasking is a myth. It’s really task switching, and when you do so, you lose momentum. You become less efficient. So, the next time you take a baby step, ask yourself if it makes sense to keep going. For example, your baby step may be to write a sentence, but it probably makes more sense to keep going after that. You can allocate a specific amount of time to write (say, 25 minutes), or write a specific amount, such as a page.