How To Be Productive + Avoid “Analysis Paralysis”

You’re staring at the blank screen and you have no idea what to write. Or maybe you’re staring at a bug in some software you have to fix. Every career has these moments where you have no idea where to start. You’re overwhelmed by the options, and you’ve found yourself firmly in a state of “analysis paralysis.” So how do you get productive when you can’t even begin?

We’ll share a wonderful tip from a surprising place: Hollywood.

How Charles Dickens Wrote Like An Agile Programmer

Ever feel like you have to finish the whole project before releasing it?

Humbug.

By mining an unlikely source, I will show you why these “all or nothing” thoughts are hindering your success. We can observe Charles Dickens’ release process and prove how iterative releases allowed for quick learning and better results for the user.