The world is a busy place, and we are busy people.
But just because we are busy, doesn’t mean we are accomplishing our goals.
There is a BIG difference between busy and productive.
With these essential productivity principals, you will be able to get more done in less time than ever before.
1) Decision Fatigue
The average adult makes 35,000 decisions a day.
Decision Fatigue is a phenomenon where the quality of the decisions of an individual deteriorate after sessions of decision making.
In short, every unnecessary decision you make throughout the day lowers the quality of your decisions thereafter.
Not only that, decision fatigue can cause decision avoidance which “suggests that choice, to the extent that it requires greater decision-making among options, can become burdensome and ultimately counterproductive.”
Another notable effect of decision fatigue is impaired self regulation, which, in the context of productivity, is the worst effect.
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