Multi-tasking has become the gold standard for the unconfident to demonstrate productivity ever since men started answering their own office telephones.
Tasks, past-times, and relationships have been hammered into paper-thin metal sheets slotted into the human mind like circuitry in a tall-stack server farm. We believe an overrun, thought-soaked marshland is the best possible brain, one action flooding over into another, finding its way to the sea.
Many actively fear focusing on a single task in life, at work, or with other people.
Why? Because long sentences make great scapegoats.
What does that mean? Let's dig deeper.