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Identify the situation isolate problems identify possible solutions (or no possible solutions) prioritize problems with solutions weighted-in plan for approaches and processes for solving high priority problems action
Are you familiar with the Memory Palace technique? My favorite book on the subject is Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer It does not address specifically the time modifiers you mention but I'm sure it could be used for that.
I use the Headspace app to help me learn mindfulness. It is easy and only takes 10 minutes a day. The benefit for me is that I have been able to quit "reacting" to events and think through things before I give a response. We are more productive when we are in the moment (or being mindful).
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