Running 2 Keep Up
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Running 2 Keep Up

What does Slowing down to Speed up mean in terms of Productivity?

When you should slow down and when you will speed up as a result

It is advice we have all received in one guise or another. Maybe we have even offered it up to other people. It is as old as the hills. And yet, I never really understood what it meant. It’s counterintuitive by design. But how the heck are you really supposed to slow down to speed up?

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Productive Thinking about Personal Development and Habit Formation

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Andrew Burns

Andrew Burns

Productive thinking on personal development, habit formation and limiting procrastination. You can find my website at www.running2keepup.com

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