Posted by Mithun on March 11th, 2021

A few days ago when I wrote about managing the ‘To-do’ list, a thought struck my mind that if we decide to file all our lists, we will have a heap of tasks accomplished over the course of a year. Some may be small, and many would be big enough to be acknowledged. Nonetheless, they would provide us what and how we did what we set out to do one day at a time. Often, in a hurry to leap from one task to the other, we fail to pause and think about the task that we just completed.

The traking achievements thing is, can we remember all of this at the end of the year when it’s time for appraisal? Forget appraisal, can we even recall for our own satisfaction and analysis?  Can we recall our big and small victories when we really need to recall them? It is when the primacy effect (things we do at the beginning tend to be recalled better) or the recency effect (things we do at the end tend to be recalled better) come into picture.

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