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Written by Mike Noel   
Sunday, 14 January 2007
The other day I mention different ways to measure how much work is involved in a task. When discussing this with a co-worker he pointed out another factor that would probably be involved in evaluating work. That other factor is desire. That is, how much do I want to do something.
Things that I want to do automatically seem easier than things that I don't want to do. But I suppose that that is a universal way of thinking. It's good to know though. It's good to use that information to evaluate something that seems hard to do. It may not be that hard, it may just be that I don't want to do it.
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