If so, you may have caved in to a simple lack of willpower, which two authors of a new book identify as a common problem.
Willpower means moving the “should do” items to the top of your to-do list, scheduling them, assigning resources to them and doing whatever else it takes to move them ahead.
— Adapted from A Bias for Action: How Effective Managers Harness Their Willpower, Achieve Results and Stop Wasting Time, Heike Bruch and Sumantra Ghosal, Harvard Business School Press.
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