According to Psychiatrist, Edward

According to Psychiatrist, Edward M. Hallowell, multitasking is a mythical activity in which they can perform two or more tasks simultaneously as effectively as one. 

But in reality, very few people can stay focused on a single task until it’s done. 

So how to achieve efficiency? The answer is mindful context switching. 

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