I like “multi-“…..multiplicity, multicultural, multiplication etc. Any contribution to diversification and value augmentation is achievement.
— Rossana Condoleo

If you manage your multitasking, you will be much more effective than if you simply hop from project to project without driving them to completion.

— Mitch Thrower

Napoleon Hill advocated having a definite chief aim in his bestseller “Law of Success.” I wondered how a man could have only one aim.
 We have many targets to achieve i.e. good education for children, own house, good health, own car, happy family life, sufficient money, etc. So having a definite chief aim has always been a mystery to me. I also read Peter Drucker’s ”Management by objectives.”
   After pondering much, I concluded the following.
If one has a definite chief aim of becoming a multimillionaire, one must have many other short term and medium term goals such as earning a targetted high income by synergizing efforts, saving and investing with time bound plans, etc.
If we have a definite chief aim of making our country richest and strongest, we must have many other short term and medium term goals of population control, educating masses, nurturing talents, increasing exports, decreasing imports, etc.
Therefore one definite chief aim must have hosts of subsidiary goals, and we must work to achieve them with strict time bound plans.
 Thus, multitasking is not only essential but mandatory also.
 Our body also does multitasking of purifying the blood, digesting food, fighting diseases, inhaling air, etc. to achieve the definite chief aim of maintaining a good and robust health.
Just imagine what will happen if our body insists on one task at a time.

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