Slow days are a good thing?
I've noticed that throughout building Tascflow, "slow days" are semi-frequent, pain in the ass days where not much gets done. Usually when trying to implement a new feature.
However, what's special about them is the next day is fast by comparison. I take what I've learned and have a much more productive feeling day.
The fast day doesn't happen without the slow one. It takes a little pain to grow and figure things out sometimes.
One of the biggest benefits of being consistent with a project, progress comes much faster.
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