By the summer of 1830, Victor Hugo was facing an impossible deadline. Twelve months earlier, the famous French author had made an agreement with his publisher that he would write a new book titled, The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Instead of writing the book, Hugo spent the next year pursuing other projects, entertaining guests, and delaying his work on the text. Read Article >
Source: The Akrasia Effect: Why We Don’t Follow Through on What We Set Out to Do and What to Do About It
Author: James Clear
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