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The best way for me to avoid wasting time at work is to cut it out completely during work hours. Going back and forth between "allowed" time for facebook is very destructive since I'll constantly have mental fights with myself. This include bathroom breaks, no facebook there either! We all have those moments where you face a task that you don't like, and ...


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Read this 2 refrences : 1 -http://waitbutwhy.com/2013/10/why-procrastinators-procrastinate.html 2 -http://waitbutwhy.com/2013/11/how-to-beat-procrastination.html i read them now and it's help a lot .


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From my experience any commute commitment helps. As for example when I do work at home I often notice that I tend to procrastinate. What I found works great for me was commit for a walk to a library or a cafe shop. As it works inside the head 'I made myself to come here so I may as well do the actual work'


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As mentioned above, for Windows there's Cold Turkey (haven't tried it but it looks great) For Mac (OSX) there's SelfControl (simple but powerful)


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Here is a free alternative, though your answers will be in your own words (spoken by a voice robot). Create a Google calendar specifically for the motivational messages you want to hear. Get a free IFTTT account. (IFTTT stands for IF This Then That) Attach the 'Google Calendar' channel to the motivational message calendar. Attach the 'Phone' channel to the ...


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It's almost as if you want accountability as a service. But there's something mysteriously effective about knowing you're going to have to talk with somebody at a predefined time that might help you get across the finish line. That's precisely what accountability is. In self-help circles you'd seek out an accountability partner for whatever it is you ...


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Ali Habbak had great points, I just want to add something The most difficult part of doing any job is to start it. But when you start it you gradually try to get focused on it and accomplish it. Try to start the job. For example, to do an assignment, opening the word office and writing a few words is a good start or just bringing together the book, pen ...


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I think picking three major projects you want to work on in a given day (no more than three - you can always add more to your list if you're done with the previous three) and working relentlessly to get them finished is a good strategy. You'll see your projects finishing one after the other and you'll have a better sense of accomplishment than being 50% done ...



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