Never do things by halves 英文諺語
Never do things by halves 做事切莫半途而廢
If you do not do things by halves, you always make a lot of effort and do things very well; if you do not do things by halves, you always make a lot of effort and do things very well.
This is similar to “never put off till tomorrow what you can do today”.
Procrastination is the habit of delaying and avoiding things you know ought to be done. Work study experts will tell you that double handling is a waste of time. Putting tools and materials away only to be brought out again to do a bit more means a lot of dead time; so it is better to finish a job if possible rather than do part of it more than once.
Task switching is another stressful time waster. People who use their PCs a lot probably find they have need of many skills, and they jump from one to the other. This requires a different part of the brain, and some time to adjust and remember.
“Chunking” is one answer where you identify a section of a task and focus entirely on that till it is completed.
“In Italy they rarely do things by halves. Designers work thoroughly, producing the world’s most wearable clothes in the most beautiful fabrics.”