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Thinking in a counterfactual way is a non-mainstream mode of thinking about the alternatives of a present situation or turn of events.
It means imagining possible alternatives to events that have already happened; something that is contrary to what really occurred.
Most people want more done during the course of the day, feeling productive if they have checked more boxes out of their to-do list. Time management has been a fad for a long time, equating productivity with the number of hours spent working.
The way we approach time management is proving to be a vicious circle of wasting time managing time, turning it into a problem rather than a solution towards productivity.
According to John T. Reed the famous book is filled with bad advice: