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Parkinson’s Law (Video)

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Parkinson’s Law (Video)

“Parkinson’s Law states that work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.” This is the reason why you should be very careful of Parkinson’s Law.

Parkinson’s Law – coined by Professor Cyril Northcote Parkinson – is a behavioural phenomenon characterised by the human tendency to rarely finish jobs in less time allocated to them (or have more money at the end of the month, even after a pay rise).

Time management is all psychological. We naturally pace ourselves to finish a project in the nick of time. The same task can take one hour or one week depending on how much time we give ourselves to complete it.

Have you ever studied for a big test where your only prep was on the last day or your commute on the way over? The law is true!

Video simplifying Parkinson’s Law



Watch this video from Nas Daily, he makes Parkinson’s Law practical and easy to understand:



Sometimes people make the mistake of thinking procrastination is the only reason they do not complete their tasks on time. The amount of time you allocate to a project is the reason you delay completing it. You will find yourself rushing to complete a project at the very last second if you allocate too much time for its completion.

Do you want to know the secret to great time management and improved productivity? Alright, get ready. First, check your tasks and see that all work expands to fill the time allotted for its completion. If you want to be more productive and improve your time management then you need to know Parkinson’s Law.

Productivity hacks:

  1. Make Deadlines for EVERYTHING
  2. Track Your Time
  3. Take Breaks
  4. Keep focused

Only people that have a goal and are serious about achieving it will make understanding this a priority. Thank you for working on yourself, growing, improving and changing bad habits. Your success is on its way, keep working on yourself.

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