What’s important requires you to not multitask. What’s important requires you to focus, to stay in line and work hard.
What’s not important can be multi-tasked in the illusion of “I can do this together”.
What’s not important will take your time but give nothing back.
What’s important will ask for your full attention while what’s not important needs only a part of it.
And that small part is enough to steer away from the important things.
The things you should do, the things that make the difference.
Focus, instead of multitask.