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Transitions Always Take Longer Than We’d Like

Transitions always take longer than we’d like and than we anticipate. One of the biggest reasons for the difference between how long transitions take and how long we think they should take is that we overestimate our ability to change on the fly and underestimate the sticking power that comes from the one-two punch of […] The post Transitions Always Take Longer Than We’d Like appeared first on Productive Flourishing.
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