Multitasking


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As stated in the previous post, I will explain how to multitask properly.

Many people think multitasking means doing two or more things at the same time. Many people also learn that trying to do that isn’t always a good idea.

The proper way to multitask is by strategically switching between multiple tasks. One of many sets of tasks I do is cook, iron, and talk to someone. To do this, I use my understanding of each task. I know I’m usually able to iron while water is boiling, and hear — there’s a difference between hearing and listening — someone talk to me and respond.

Now, there will be times when one shouldn’t multitask. Some things do need most if not all of one’s attention, but multitasking is a useful skill.

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