The psychology of getting more done (in less time)

by Gregory Ciotti
In today’s busy world, we seem to be obsessed with the idea of “productivity” and “work hacks”. It’s easy to see why: being able to get more done allows us to get ahead in life, and even gives us more time to do the things we love outside of work. The problem we run into, however, is that it is easy to get motivated, but hard to stay disciplined.Read the full article

The Science of Productivity

Made in collaboration with Sparring Mind, the behavioral psychology blog. Read the full productivity post: TWEET IT - In today's crazy world, productivity is on the minds of many. So what can science tell us about the human brain and productive work? How do we become more efficient at working, and spend less time working overall? Written and created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz). TWITTER: FACEBOOK: Mitchell Moffit Gregory SOURCES---- Fear of projects: 1) Zeigarnik Effect: 2) Simulated Work: 3) Ego Depletion 4) Practice (Elite Violinists): 5) 6) 7) Multitasking: 8)

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