In a webinar last week, I offered some advice to a woman who was having trouble meeting self-imposed deadlines.
A deadline, she noted, creates a lot of stress—and yet is often not effective without a boss to report to.
For instance, say you’re an artist, but you’re not producing much. You could decide: I’m going to draw every day. I’m going to finish a painting a week.
That’s great, but then what if you just…don’t?
Keep reading on The Muse for Jen’s solutions.
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