The Final Version favours working on longer tasks in a series of short sessions. This is a good way of overcoming procrastination, but it also produces better results because the brain has more chance to assimilate and make connections.
“Little and often” is the opposite of “doing it all in one huge session”. Think in terms of a music teacher instructing students to do a little practice every day, rather than saving it all up for one big session the day before the next lesson.
Last updated on April 29, 2012 at 15:30 by Mark Forster