There is no virtue in wearing out the body for the sake of some short-term deadlines.
Why don′t we follow through on what we set out to do and what to do about it.
Deadlines are daunting, so it is important to regulate your task over time so you can get it done.
Have you ever wanted to have a productive day, but when you get to the end, you got nothing done?
Why do we avoid doing the things we know we should do, even when it’s clear that they are good for us?
Release ideas at 70% and then iterate.
With instant access to hordes of information and cat memes, how can any of us expect to get anything done?
Most meetings are a waste of time and the ones that aren’t are still likely twice as long as they need to be.
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