Parkinson’s law is the adage that “work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.”
Give yourself a month to complete something and it will take you a month to do it.
Give yourself a week to do the same task and you’ll get it done in a week.
A task will expand to fit the time that it’s been given.
This is where you need to be careful, and realistic, when determining what you’re working on and how much time you’re giving yourself.
Want to achieve more, want success faster, want results?
Then give yourself less time to do it all.