When you’re not sharing your thoughts, it’s easy to think you’re all alone. The Habit Factory has shown me, time and time again, that these are some of the questions we all have when we’re trying to move forward.
If you were like any regular student, you knew the feeling of crunchtime. It’s when you are aware of the amount of work you have left to do (which is a lot), and you see the amount of time that you have to do it (which is very little).
The pressure to finish on time gets us to the finish line.
On the other hand, if there were no deadlines then none of it would matter.
Crunchtime ramps up work speed. While it’s possible that quality could be compromised under these circumstances, things that otherwise would have been indefinitely in the planning phase actually get finished instead.
It’s portfolio season.
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