Multitasking is the new norm. We check phone messages while we’re in the bathroom, we work simultaneously on making dinner, meeting deadlines and helping with the kids’ homework. With everything that needs to be done—yesterday—how can we not try to multitask? Unfortunately, according to Daniel Kahneman, psychologist and Nobel laureate, there is no such thing as multitasking, at least not in a productive way. His new book, Thinking, Fast and Slow. suggests we go back to unitasking to make us more effective and efficient. It’s simple really: do one thing at a time!