Does multitasking really give you a significant advantage when managing your time?
Psychologists Strayer and Watson from the University of Utah have found that this is not necessarily the case for most of us. We only have 100% of our attention to give. So if you divide up that attention it becomes less effective with less effective outputs.
Rather than trying to do everything at once, says Dr Marcia Reynolds, you need to turn up the volume on things that really matter. This is called Unitasking. Check out the link below.