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How to Multitask Properly to Make Your Workweek Productive
How to Multitask Properly to Make Your Workweek Productive

Multitasking is a precarious balance, literally and metaphorically. Literally speaking, multitasking requires you to handle multiple actions or projects all at once. Metaphorically, multitasking is a balancing act because if it is done incorrectly, the whole thing falls ...

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