So, I just had a thought that contradicts modern sociatal norms:
Is multi-tasking truly a valuable work skill? Or life skill?
Perhaps modern society's fixation on being a 'good multi-tasker' is a bad idea. How many unfinished books do you have in your house? How many 1/2 done projects in your life? After a while multi-tasking just become a life filled with bits and pieces, like so much flotsam and jetsam from trying to ship too much, too fast and too unsafely.
We love to watch the Olympics because the athletes are the BEST at something - often just one solitary thing.
Maybe the idea of 'multi-tasking' should be rethought? Maybe it is a liability for happiness and success?
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