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How (and Why) to Stop Multitasking

Too much work! Businessman juggling.

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Doing several things at once is a trick we play on ourselves, thinking we’re getting more done. In reality, our productivity goes down by as much as 40%. We don’t actually multitask. We switch-task, rapidly shifting from one thing to another, interrupting ourselves unproductively, and losing time in the process.

Peter Bregman tells us How (and Why) to Stop Multitasking. I realize this won’t stop anyone from multitasking, but I thought it was an interesting read!

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