The Side Effects Of Multitasking

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While, it is admireable to accomplish many tasks all at once, it is no wonder that it also gives less focus per task you’re working on.

That’s where confusion comes in, if there are things that are missing.

You might have misplaced it somewhere out of busyness.

And mind you, recalling gets even harder, too ’cause your mind was occupied by a lot of things.

Let’s all be honest here.

You can’t give a hundred percent focus per task.

So, if you intend to devide your focus per task, it is also no wonder that it creates a headache whenever you recall such a thing.

That’s because it was only registered to our short-term memory wherein, if there are many things that happened in one day, the information we get cannot be absorbed by our brain completely.

Maybe only a portion of it.

So, if you think that you can no longer concentrate on other tasks due to mutlitasking, calm down.

Stop for a moment.

It might be because you’re already worn out by a lot of tasks you have accomplished prior to that.

Our brain needs to shut down, too.

What I meant by that is…

To be in a hiatus for sometime.

‘Cause being exhausted only signifies that you must take a break.


Would you take a break?


Do everything at all once?

Well, frankly, there’s nothing wrong with multitasking.

However, if it now affects your work performance, you have to loosen up a bit.

So be well, RT Peeps!

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Author: Zandra L.

A writer and a manager by accident.

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