Multitasking Doesn't Exist: What This Term Could Cost Moms & Working Parents! by Dr. Jamie Krenn
Multitasking is a term mistakenly associated with life situations linked to work or home. Looking through a cognitive lens, multitasking as we know it simply means the whipping of attention back and forth quickly.
The idea of multitasking doesn't make us more efficient – and it costs us time. Most of us tend to focus on the easy tasks first, rather the challenging ones. It’s important to rethink multitasking by seeing multiple tasks as a single point of focus.
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