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I find that planning a weekly routine is essential to getting more (known) things done. For this, I would: List the goals you want to achieve In a calendar application (I use Google calendar), schedule the things you cannot move (day job, meal times, sleep time) Out of the remaining hours, allocate time to each goal, giving enough "buffer time" before and ...


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The key is to find out the things that stop you from being productive. Then just get rid of them. Find the pain buttons of your procrastination, write out thoughts at the moments you think about getting things done. Not all thoughts - just the ones that actually stop you. They are not like the "LOOK I'M A THOUGHT ABOUT WHY I DON'T WANT TO START WORKING ...


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It is important to fine tune the load of new habits (their number/difficulty/time required) so that you can keep them up over the days. Better to be consistent with few but important habits than struggling with accommodating a heavy load of activities esp. when you're starting to build them. I decompose my personal life into fronts e.g. religion, social, ...



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