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What Is Urgency

What Is Urgency

We all know what is urgency in a broad sense as,

  • 'A state of course of action of how quickly to get the work done, in order to achieve the desired result/ deadline'

But let's define it in a new way, how about we call it as

  • "A state of complete focus & maximum productivity ,driven by time deficiency"

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davidsingh

A normal human being, observing things ,finding insights psychologically and sharing experiences.

I got always productive when deadlines are near, i always wondered why, but now that i have the answer, so let's share it with my fellows.

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