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There are many channels through which information can reach the brain. And once it gets there, there are many areas within the brain that can process that information. Grossly oversimplifying it, you might compare your brain to an office building. At any given moment, your various senses are sending requests and memos to the brain, which divvies out the workload to the specialized departments that deal with those specific issues.

We’ve all tried multitasking at one time or another. You may have noticed that certain tasks are much easier to pair with each other. I’ve found that I can listen to podcasts while sketching, running, or performing any sort of manual labor with relative ease. But podcasts while writing? Forget it. I could no sooner eat a bowl of hot soup while riding a pogo stick.

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