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Needing time to refocus when changing tasks is natural, and it's often a good idea, too. If you are switching from an analytical task to something more creative, for example, you will need a different mindset in place for the new task. To minimize the time required to switch tasks: Take a few minutes to close down the first task. Are there files to be ...


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Things to keep in mind: If the tasks on the list are randomly sorted, you might want to get them in order. The sorting criteria can be importance, interest, fun, impact, priority, time to finish the task, ... Grouping them will shorten the time when switching from one task to the next one (if both are related). And when changing to a new task that's not ...


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Consider seeing a psychiatrist for a possible ADHD diagnosis. I'm 29 years old, and I was diagnosed with ADHD about a month ago. I've found I've been a lot happier about things since my diagnosis. Now a few initial caveats: There's the controversy about whether ADHD is even a thing/or is overdiagnosed to simply anybody who has trouble focusing. ...


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I understand by what you mean. After you finish one task, take a break , go for a walk and perhaps eat/drink something, if you feel like. Now, sit down with your list and start on with the most important task in the list. Practice Single handling , that means once you start a task, you complete it 100%, until you move on to the next. Cross out the task on ...


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During the presentation: Present the the project as well as you can. The material may not be great, but you can still demonstrate your presentation skills. Do the best you can with what you have. Pre-empt criticism. Honestly admit that your projectisn't perfect, but empahsise what you've learned in the process of putting it together. Don't criticize your ...


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First and foremost if you are not feeling good about something, then you don't trust it, then you have doubts. If you don't believe in it, how do you expect the people watching the presentation to believe in it? First tip for your presentation: Believe what you are telling is interesting. Believe your project and presentations are both good. If you don't ...


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My favorite definition of a good goal is What's the most important thing you should be doing right now, and why aren't you doing it? You need only one. Everything else - eating, shopping, chopping onions, sitting on the toilet serves as important maintenance functions on the way to accomplishing this one goal. Just stick to one very important goal at ...


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So the mind-tools online dictionary tells us this: Goal setting is a powerful process for thinking about your ideal future, and for motivating yourself to turn your vision of this future into reality. The process of setting goals helps you choose where you want to go in life. A goal in my humble opinion (correct me if I am wrong anywhere), should ...



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