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Here’s the Secret to Focus and Productivity You’re Missing

The multitasking myth is pervasive. No matter how much multitasking research we see, we continue to tell ourselves that most people can’t multitask, but we can. Time and time again, research shows that when we think we’re multitasking, we’re not actually doing more than a thing at once. We’re switching back and forth between activities, and that a phenomenon known as “switching cost” makes us less efficient (and may put us in danger).
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