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Multitasking is a myth

Almost everyone has a lot to deal with nowadays. Everyone wants something from you. We want a family and a career, we want a fulfilling social life and exercise three times a week. And we are also continuously online.

Many people nowadays feel compelled to do several things at the same time; they continuously try to multitask. But as it turns out, scientists state that multitasking is in fact not possible:

Multitasking is a myth’.

When you are on the phone and read an email at the same time, you are not truly multitasking: the brain just switches from one task to another. This is what they call switchtasking. You will pay a heavy toll for switchtasking!


Up to 90 persons

45 to 120 minutes.

After a PowerPoint introduction and demonstration, the participants will practice with real breakable spinning-plates. In between, there is plenty of opportunity to share experiences and ask questions.


Large rooms

 20 to 60 minutes.

The crowd will be presented with various exercises during this fascinating interactive lecture, but they do remain seated. The lecture ends with an act of 10 rotating plates.

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