The Wastefulness (and Impossibility) of Multi-Tasking
Here’s some ancient wisdom:
“To do two things at once is to do neither.” – Publius Syrus
And some modern “validation:”
People confuse “rapid-switching” with multi-tasking [NPR article]
And Peter Bregman explains that trying to multi-task makes us less-smart, less-productive and less-competent [HBR Blogs]
I’m convinced (of course I already knew that trying to multi-task was wasteful (and impossible . . . )), how about you?