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Make a choice: Enjoy the benefits of owning a dog, and embrace the responsibilities. Accept the fact that your productivity will drop, not just temporarily, but permanently. Appreciate that the lost productivity doesn't matter, because spending time with your dog is more important to you. Give the dog to someone who actually wants a dog, not just the idea ...


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I agree with Jan Doggen's comment that it's probably time for a medical checkup. Then, I'd suggest you speak with a mental health professional. What you are describing could be a number of physical or mental conditions that can easily wreck your work and personal life. Bear in mind that this will be a journey and not a destination. You can't really expect a ...


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One of the things that can result in feelings of "burnout" is a lack of balance in your life. If you focus too much energy in one area of life (e.g. intellectual work) and neglect others (e.g. taking care of your health) then that can degrade both your performance and motivation. The solution is to reverse the trend. Think about the areas of life that you'...


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You put ideas and new work in your inbox asap. You empty your inbox daily (but more often is better) and convert all the inbox items into next actions or put them in whatever system you need them to be (someday list, tickler system, reference system, trashcan, ...). You review your whole system weekly in the weekly review. This includes looking at all your ...



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