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I'm going to give a controversial but scientific answer. The reason some people are more "observing" than you lies inside the brain. The reason is not that those people simply have "learned" to observe, or that they use certain techniques, but that their brain chemistry is different from yours. More specifically, how closely you observe the world around ...


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Ask yourself; My tasks realy has to these unimportant details? If you say yes, then they are not unimportant. They are a part of your task. Keep doing them. Some of your tasks could include a lot of details. So, how can you define "finished task" with not doing some details? Also don't bored with doing them. Learn how to get fun with doing them. If you say ...


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It sounds like you are finding other things to do and working on them with your task. One way to deal with this is write down the things you think of but stay focused on the core of your desk. That way you don't lose your focus/train of thought but also don't forget about the other items. Then when you need a break/complete the main task, you can ...


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Every human being has an observation skill and they can improve it with time. Observation has a feature of daily life make your life easier. In business life, women-men relationships etc.. It is the starting point, most of the time without realizing we did, we decided in the face of some cases of self-judgments. And keen observation requires a clear mind. ...


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Say you were code rewriting. Plan ahead how much time you're spending in a row. I suggest anything between 25-50 minutes, followed by a short break of 5-10 minutes. If the task is finished move on to the next, if not repeat the procedure. Interruptions Doing difficult or boring tasks can make you very vulnerable to distractions. Maybe you've just had an ...


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Consider building out an "Urgent/Important Matrix" that may help. That may give you an idea of what is worth doing now and what may be worth doing next. If you see 101 things in the important boxes that may give a bit of motivation to just get something done rather than procrastinate on it some more.


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This is usually another form of procrastination it is more pallatable because you are doing things just not the right things. It usually stems from fear of the unknown or the fear of failure. Both of these can be solved by confronting your fear and doing a little project planning. Instead of working on the details grab a piece of paper and answer the ...


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One good exercise is to use breaks. You can do it everywhere: Close your eyes. Ask yourself: What would you see when you open your eyes? Try to make a mental list of as many details as possible. Afterwards you can open your eyes and compare your mental list to the reality.



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