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Busting the Multitasking Myth

By Eileen McDargh - Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Resiliency requires energy and focus—both of which vanish in our ever-pressing sense that we can only get “it all done” by handling many things at the same time.  We bring our work to our homes, watch smart phone screens instead of the eyes around the dinner table, and go into a restless sleep right after checking more email. 


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