The Power of “Deathlines” - Deepstash

The Power of “Deathlines”

Deadlines are the latest time by which something needs to be completed. 

A "deathline" is if you do not complete a task by a specific date, it doesn't get pushed back but deleted entirely. "Deathlines" are useful to rid yourself of what you thought were obligations but were really suggestions.


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