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Looking for quotes about multitasking? We have rounded up the best collection of multitasking quotes, sayings, captions, one-liners, (including images and pictures) including woman multitasking quotes to motivate you rightly and balance your juggling roles.


  1. “Fucking two things up at the same time isn`t multitasking” ― Dick Masterson
  2. “Inevitably we find ourselves tackling too many things at the same time, spreading our focus so thin that nothing gets the attention it deserves. This is commonly referred to as “being busy.” Being busy, however, is not the same thing as being productive.” ― Ryder Carroll
  3. “We are the generation capable of doing many things at once, without enjoying any of them..” ― Dinesh Kumar Biran
  4. “Multi-tasking is great in the kitchen when you are trying to time the chicken to be ready at the same time as the potatoes. But do not assume it is a great way to manage a workday.” ― Joanne Tombrakos
  5. “Multitasking is overrated – I’d rather do one thing well than many things badly. Quality supersedes quantity every time.” ― Stewart Stafford
  6. “Time flies when you’re multitasking.” ― Bert McCoy
  7. “Doing one thing at a time is a recipe for a life that won’t keep up with your dreams.” ― Monroe Mann
  8. “When we think we’re multitasking we’re actually multiswitching. That is what the brain is very good at doing – quickly diverting its attention from one place to the next. We think we’re being productive. We are, indeed, being busy. But in reality we’re simply giving ourselves extra work.” ― Michael Harris
  9. “Multitasking is overrated – I’d rather do one thing well than many things badly. Quality supersedes quantity every time.” ― Stewart Stafford
  10. “There’s no multitasking with the moment.” ― A.D. Aliwat
  11. “Multitasking is a lie” ― Gary Keller
  12. “It is pure mythology that women cannot perform as well as men in science, engineering and mathematics. In my experience, the opposite is true: Women are often more adept and patient at untangling complex problems, multitasking, seeing the possibilities in new solutions and winning team support for collaborative action.” ― Weili Dai
  13. “I’ve learnt that, sometimes, how others see you is not the same as how you see yourself. I’ve learnt about how you can be multitasking – and sometimes other people see that you’re multitasking. And that’s not very nice for them.” ― David Miliband
  14. “Multitasking is a part of my everyday life.” ― Monica
  15. “I don’t believe in multitasking. I rather believe in doing one thing at a time.” ― Suhasini Maniratnam
  16. “My children have trained me well for multitasking.” ― Kaitlin Olson
  17. “Even though we think we’re getting a lot done, ironically, multitasking makes us demonstrably less efficient.” ― Daniel Levitin
  18. “The questions that our society must ask revolve around whether the time-consuming demands of the deep-reading processes will be lost in a culture whose principal mediums advantage speed, multitasking, and processing the next and the next piece of information.” ― Maryanne Wolf
  19. “If you’ve ever watched someone who is a mother talk on the phone, feed the dog, bounce the baby, it’s just astounding to see someone manage, more or less well, to do all those things. But on a computer, multitasking is really binary. The task is either in the foreground, or it’s not.” ― Ellen Ullman
  20. “Guys are not good under pressure. They’re just not good at multitasking, but on that note, we should be a bit less good at enabling them to, you know? That’s a problem.” ― Maria Cornejo
  21. “If you ever want to understand multitasking in prose, James Joyce is your man.” ― Frank Delaney
  22. “We’ve become such a multitasking society that just paying attention to the road doesn’t seem to be that important anymore. I have to remind my kids all the time that that’s what you’re supposed to be doing in the car.” ― Andie MacDowell
  23. “For many years, when I was starring on ‘Touched by an Angel,’ I produced on a number of television movies for CBS. I have always enjoyed the aspect of bringing something together and multitasking in that way.” ― Roma Downey
  24. “My biggest thing is, I’m learning what it’s like to carry myself in a personal way and also a professional way: how I can be a leader and do multitasking.” ― Genevieve Padalecki
  25. “Like most early enthusiasts, I always thought the way the Internet encouraged multitasking made users less vulnerable to manipulation, while simultaneously exploiting even more of our brain’s capacity than before. Apparently not.” ― Douglas Rushkoff
  26. “I’m a person of whim, and easily distracted. I don’t like multitasking. When I’m doing one thing, I like to do just that thing.” ― Margaret Atwood
  27. “In the modern desktop environment, with multitasking and alerts and constant activity, there are always more distractions. When you’re at a computer, your hands are always on the controls.” ― Marco Arment
  28. “Women are smarter by basic instinct and by what we have to do to multitask at home and at work. My mother did that 50 years ago, but it wasn’t called multitasking or stress back then. She had a job, two kids and the meals to make with no cook or maid. My father would come home every day and expect lunch. He was a nice guy, but he was clueless!” ― Mireille Guiliano
  29. “I think all of us are multitasking a little more today than we used to or than we would like to. And I think that the issue of work-life balance is a critical issue for every company around the world.” ― Irene Rosenfeld
  30. “There’s no such thing as multitasking.” ― Jim Loehr
  31. “For kids, multitasking electronically is common. But they are totally focused. You can tell a good story, and they listen.” ― Patrick Carman
  32. “Many people feel they must multi-task because everybody else is multitasking, but this is partly because they are all interrupting each other so much.” ― Marilyn vos Savant
  33. “Multitasking, throughput, efficiency – these are excellent machine concepts, useful in the design of computer systems. But are they principles that nurture human thought and imagination?” ― Ellen Ullman
  34. “I’m not good at multitasking.” ― Patrick Chan
  35. “Multitasking creates a dopamine-addiction feedback loop, effectively rewarding the brain for losing focus and for constantly searching for external stimulation.” ― Daniel Levitin
  36. “I’m quite good at multitasking, but I have to do things immediately.” ― Heidi Klum
  37. “What it turns out is that we think we’re multitasking, but we’re not. The brain is sequential tasking: we flit from one thought to the next very, very rapidly, giving us the illusion that what we’re doing is doing all these things at once.” ― Daniel Levitin
  38. “I’m used to multitasking… I like it that way. I like when things are busy. I strive off the pace.” ― Christopher Jackson
  39. “There are certain things you learn to do as a parent – using every single part of your body because you’re multitasking all the time. You’re holding the baby and you’re closing the door with your left foot.” ― Amy Ryan
  40. “They say multitasking is a female trait, but it’s not about gender; it’s about personality type.” ― Victoria Coren Mitchell
  41. “Cinematography speaks to everything that women do inherently well: It’s multitasking, it’s empathy, and it’s channeling visuals into human emotion.” ― Rachel Morrison
  42. “Keeping it all together as a modern woman means multitasking, especially when you work. I think you always need to try your best, but at the same time you can only do what you can do, and you don’t need to beat yourself up about it. I’m not white-picket-fence perfect.” ― Heidi Klum
  43. “I think women are really good at multitasking. Men just cannot do it.” ― Kate Moss
  44. “As long as you’re ahead of a trend, I think you’re going to be fine. You really have to have a multitasking mind that can switch from one thing to the other easily without too much focus on, ‘Oh, I’m going to Instagram my life.” ― Chiara Ferragni


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