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What are the aspects of a task that make it more likely to be completed? Effort involved: An easy task is more likely to be completed. Make tasks as easy as possible. Uncertainty: Tasks whose progress is predictable are more … Continue reading
We saw earlier a number of reasons why we postpone tasks. Some of them are reasonable, while others belong to the procrastinators. Here, we’ll look at some valid reasons to postpone a task, as well as when we should not … Continue reading
In an earlier article, we defined sunk costs, and observed that attributing too much importance to sunk costs leads to the sunk cost fallacy. Is there any use at all in considering sunk costs? In some cases, yes. To see … Continue reading
Postponing a task is easy. Procrastination is second nature. Things to do never get done. We’ll analyze when it makes sense to postpone a task, and when not to. Let’s start with looking at why we postpone, or end up … Continue reading
Productivity, a comic I created on Pixton.