Nadia Goodman of Enterpreneur magazine explains how effective multitasking is actually time-sharing within the brain. Ineffective multitasking is believing that you can actually do more than one task at once. It is possible to complete one task and to briefly think forward to the next step/task while doing that one. But completing both at the same time is impossible. Through input from experts in the area, she lays out tips to effectively multitasking. To read more, click here.