Have you ever promised to do something tomorrow only to run out of time? Hofstadter's law asserts that it’s human nature to underestimate how much time a project will take. By following the agile method and rule of three, you can overcome this optimistic bias and adjust your schedule so that it aligns with tasks in a realistic way.
Season 1 • Episode 6 • 5 mn
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