Multitasking is neither effective nor focussed - Deepstash

Multitasking is neither effective nor focussed

Focused attention makes a big difference in effectiveness. Our attention and effectiveness are limited when we try to focus while simultaneously allowing distractions like Twitter or Facebook. 

A mind that is wandering away from the present moment is a mind that isn’t happy.

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