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Why You Should Avoid Multitasking [Infographic]

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Written by Randy Stancovici

Most of us multitask. We have a million things to do and not enough time in the day to get it done. The common consensus is that multitasking will make us more productive because we’re getting more done.

However, this simply isn’t true. As we’re going to see in the following infographic, there is a difference between getting a lot of work done and getting a lot of good work done. Here is why you should avoid multitasking:
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Source: [FuzeBox]

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About the author

Randy Stancovici

Randy graduated Baruch CUNY in New York City with his BBA in Marketing in February of 2016. He is a Social Media Analyst at RealMatch where he is involved in content marketing, promotion, and SEO.

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