Lately, a common theme in productivity advice is bashing multitasking.
“You suck at multitasking!” shrieks one headline. “Multitasking: the most dangerous productivity killer” hisses another.
And they aren’t wrong. Studies have shown that trying to tackle different tasks simultaneously greatly reduces our cognitive abilities.
But what if I told you there’s another type of multitasking — one you’re probably really good at?