Use Constraints. Build Better Things.

How using 3 simple constraints will result in more focus, more launches, more creativity, and less burn.

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Here are additional (and darn valuable) benefits that come from using constraints:

Heightened creativity — When designing with less and under constraint, we find ourselves using uncommon methods and resources, producing more unique solutions.

Constraint Methods, Tips, & Tricks:

Backfill schedules — Start from the end and work your way back. If it can’t be done, reset and start over.

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