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What is Idleness Aversion?

Or, how to make waiting in line less painful…

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Have you ever had to wait for a really slow elevator?

It seems to take forever, right?

In post-war America, high-rise buildings had this problem for years. People would complain because the elevators were too slow.

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Writing at the intersection of psychology, science, business and design

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Jennifer Clinehens

Jennifer Clinehens

Behavior change strategist. Use science and psychology to improve design, CX, UX, marketing, habits — subscribe at https://campsite.bio/choicehacking

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