As humans, we can’t help but be goal-oriented. We love to move forward. We love to feel a sense of momentum. And, more than anything, we love to tick things off a list.
This manifests as something called completion bias, a happy-making hit of dopamine that we get whenever we r…
Hofstadter’s Law: It always takes longer than you expect, even when you take into account Hofstadter’s Law.
Simpler ways of tracking progress could include:
- Making a Post-It grid of all your tasks.
- Track metrics on a daily calendar.
- Write in a diary for 5 minutes a day… You simply make a practice of writing for just a few minutes at the end of each workday, noting down both your “small wins” and any setbacks. Then, at the end of the week or the month, flip back through your notes and see how far you’ve come.
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