Discussing the post Debt by Aaron Mahnke, Eric Hess brings a real life perspective on the importance of building in room for friction in planning for projects and tasks in every aspect of time management”, borrowing from his real world experience as a USN fighter pilot

While it’s probably not the right move to put a dogleg into your assault on the buffet table tomorrow, planning for friction before you even start your next adventure can be of real benefit when things start to go wrong. And something always goes wrong.

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