Comfort Kills Productivity - Deepstash

Comfort Kills Productivity

Without the sense of unease that comes from having deadlines and expectations, we tend to do the minimum required to get by.

We also fall into the "work trap," where we feign "busy" as a way to stay in our comfort zones and avoid doing new things.

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