Jethro's Braindump

Zeigarnik Effect

Simply put, the Zeigarnik effect is the observation that interrupted tasks are better remembered than completed ones. This has ramifications for productivity.

An example of applying the Zeigarnik Effect would be to stop coding halfway while having a good streak, and come back another day.

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