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  1. Lee
    Lee at |

    I think the high degree of freedom you have on this project is the culprit. When you work within more constraints or a tight deadline, the quality of the overall deliverable can be partially attributed to those limitations. Without those constraints, you’re burdened with the thought that there are no excuses for anything but perfection. And that’s when the anxiety and procrastination kick in…

    Err… now I need to get back to work.

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  2. Ray DeLaPena
    Ray DeLaPena at |

    Your good friend has some good insight. I tend to really beat myself up when I have those blurry (lack of focus) days. Next time that happens I’ll take a few minutes to see which voices are drowning out the ones that need my attention. Thanks Lis.

    – Ray

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