Use the Zeigarnik Effect to learn to code faster

As a budding coder and a long-time writer, this article was a big brain-explode moment. It makes so much sense, and I can’t believe I’ve never heard of it or thought of it! I’ve stayed up late so many times finishing a concept or a chapter to get that good feeling of closure only to dread going back and starting the next unknown. I’m not sure this will work for everyone, but I’m the type to remain eager and think about unfinished projects until I get my grubby hands on them again. I’m so glad I read this.

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