Performance Property Real Estate Question

What You Don’t Do Is As Important As What You Do

Decision fatigue represents the declining quality of decisions made by people after a long period of making decisions. Courtroom judges, for example have been shown to make poorer decisions later in the day versus early in the day. Albert Einstein and Steve Jobs notably reduced their clothing choices to just a few outfits in a deliberate attempt to limit the number of daily decisions they were forced to make. Everyday life is complicated enough–the key to productivity and sanity for that matter is simplification. There are only so many hours in a day and even the most active people don’t have a limitless store of energy. Consequently, it’s vital that you spend your most productive hours on your most important […]

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