Three Tried and True Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable

Over 100 years ago, researchers discovered Optimal Anxiety Theory when studying mice performance. It turns out that neither being relaxed, nor being under a lot of pressure, maximize productivity. Instead, it’s when we have just enough pressure on us that it is exciting– but not so much that we crumble under the stress–that things are new and attainable, yet neither boring nor impossible.

Link: Three Tried and True Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable
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