Parkinson's Law

For those who aim to be highly productive, there is a law called Parkinson's Law that can improve output dramatically in a shorter allotment of time. 

The law makes use of time pressure and is as follows:

An individuals output increases in direct proportion to the decreasing amount of time given to a task.  

  Chefs often have little time.  

Chefs often have little time.  

When facing a deadline, output of work can rise almost tenfold; increase of focus and reduction of time wasting behaviours is responsible for these outcomes.  

To do more, allow less time to do so.