When given a specific time line to finish something does it increase or decrease your productivity?
Do you get in a rush maybe get a little frazzled and keep watching the clock, or stay focused and just get it done?,
It is funny, but I always seem to do my best work when it is scrunch time. So I guess I would have to answer that it increase productivity for me.
Deadlines actually help me get things done. Otherwise, I tend to put things off.
"Flexible" deadlines increase productivity rather than "strict" deadlines.
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