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The penny dropped for me when I realised that the key to working better and smarter was in fact to embrace the limitations of the human mind. The two most significant limitations being the number and quality of decisions I can make in a day and how many things I can hold in my mind at any one time. And the challenge is that in neither case is that very much.

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I think therefore I write. I have an MA in Creative Writing. I write fiction and short thought pieces. There is more about me and my other work on LinkedIn.

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I think therefore I write. I have an MA in Creative Writing. I write fiction and short thought pieces. There is more about me and my other work on LinkedIn.

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