Constraints

Our tasks are air, and our time is a container. What we do expands to fit the time we allot it. 

Give yourself thirty minutes to draft an email, and you will expand the task until the half hour is over.

Imposing constraints on yourself isn’t constrictive. Constraints fill our time balloons so that they neither drop nor pop.

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