0080: Having A Bias For Action Can Uplevel Your Schedule



Show notes:

Hey there, hero!

Estimating how long things take, from small, short things like auditions, to longer, multi-step projects like recording and editing an audiobook, is an art as well as a science.

And one of the ways we protect ourselves is to give each project more than enough time.

I’d like to suggest that you consider being more stingy with your schedule. See if things can take less time, with the same quality.

Why? Because of my boss, back when I worked at America Online.

Questions about the whole bias for action thing? Let me know in the comments below.

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  1. Judging to early and sooner rather than later were just what I needed to hear. The pandemic set me back and I sometimes feel that I should be doing more. However I futher along in my journey before the pandemic hit ,but with less money to fiance a coach, professional demo etc.. thanks for the input.