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When we are still studying, the temporary hold before the exam often works well; when we are studying for a PhD, we are at a loss in the face of three years; why? Deadlines play a very important role here. If we use the Brownian motion in physics to understand the deadlines, it can be as follows:
- we have a finite amount of time available in a day.
- the tasks we have on our hands take up all the available time like particles.
- if we do not set deadlines, the tasks at hand will expand and take up more time.
- when we set tighter deadlines, we need to compress the execution time of the tasks so that we can accomplish more tasks per unit of time.
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individual particles in a gas will always spread out, endlessly distributing themselves equidistantly from each other, evenly filling the container they occupy.
Your calendar is the container/room. Your to-do list is the gas that spreads out into it.
Entrepreneur “Brownian Motion” is why deadlines work
It’s because a pressing deadline shrinks the container.
The solution isn’t to wish for more willpower to fight this effect… it’s to shrink the container that’s available.
Smaller container = less diffuse spreading-out of work. Their execution, in other words, is concentrated.
The best thing you can do to make yourself more productive… is make other plans.