No, you’re not good at multitasking. Here’s how to effectively manage multiple tasks.

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Brian and Patrick discuss how multitasking is not effective and share tips on how to better manage multiple tasks. They explain that trying to do multiple things at once divides your attention and leads to mistakes, stress, and fatigue. They recommend time blocking instead of multitasking – schedule focused time on each task without distractions. Prioritize and don’t try to do too much at once. They note multitasking makes you feel overwhelmed and often leads to lower quality work. Focus on quality over quantity of tasks. Don’t fall into the trap of thinking you’re getting more done by multitasking. Trying to multitask also makes you less present and attentive in your interactions with others, whether at work or home. Give people your full focus when interacting.

Blunt Force Facts:

Divided we fall – trying to divide attention between multiple tasks leads to failure.

Overtasked is over tired – multitasking is exhausting and drains mental energy.

Size doesn’t matter – doing more tasks doesn’t mean you’re getting more done effectively. Focus on quality over quantity.