Have you ever started to work on a Project the day you received it? Neither have I. Working on Projects is right up there with going to the dentist and doing your taxes.
Think about how you cheat on a diet. Take a piece of cake for instance, which obviously wouldn’t be on your diet. You just pick off a little piece, justifying that it really won’t count since it is, after all, so small and not a real piece. Then another small piece and another and another. “Hey, I’m not really eating it. I’m just having a little piece here and there.” Before you know it, the cake is gone.
You can use that same wonderful skill you’ve developed through the years of cheating on your diet to make working on Projects easier. Just like those pieces of cake that mysteriously vanished due to the cultivated art of being a skillful picker, so can your Projects vanish—piece by small piece.
Make the steps to a Project as small as possible and then let them eat cake.
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