Having a low capacity for simple attention can make it challenging to perform certain types of work or thrive in certain work environments. For example, people with low attention to detail may miss important information or make mistakes that can have negative consequences for their work or their team. Additionally, they may struggle with staying focused on tasks, particularly those that are repetitive or require sustained effort. This can lead to decreased productivity and efficiency and may require extra effort to stay on track. People with low capacity for simple attention may also struggle with multitasking, particularly when managing multiple priorities or deadlines. Finally, they may find it difficult to manage their time effectively or prioritize tasks, which can lead to missed deadlines or incomplete work.