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How Neuroscience Can Help You Multitask the Right Way

Even if you think you’re terrible at multitasking

Photo by Andrés Gómez on Unsplash

Most people fail at multitasking because they choose the wrong combination of tasks. Studies show that 97.5% of people can only focus attention on one thing at a time, and there’s ample evidence that if you switch your attention from one task to another, you end up performing both tasks…

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Thomas Smith

Thomas Smith

Co-Founder & CEO of Gado Images. I write, speak & consult about tech, food, privacy, AI & photography. http://www.bayareatelegraph.com or tom@gadoimages.com

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