Day 21: Decision fatigue

By James Hayton,
August 6, 2018
I'm James, I'm a former physicist (PhD, Nottingham, 2007) and author of "PhD: An Uncommon Guide to Research, Writing & PhD Life".
Since 2010, I've been helping PhD students all over the world overcome barriers in their research and writing
My strategies have helped thousands of PhD students just like you to build confidence, write better and finish on time
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Day 23: Decision fatigue and academic writing

When recording these videos, I'm not following much of a plan. I'm just giving whatever tips come to mind on a day by day basis.This gives me a lot of flexibility, but it also means I have to constantly make decisions about what to do. This can be tiring and can lead to decision fatigue.This decision fatigue not only makes it harder to make decisions but also to avoid easy, habitual bad choices...

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