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A general answer appropriate to all kinds of jobs is to find activities that improve your working environment, or add quality to your project, or improve your skills. Your project lead or manager should be able to give you guidance as to what would be most useful. If you're on your own to find useful things and need some ideas, here are some in no ...


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Although this is old, here's a very cheap DIY alternative you could try: http://iamnotaprogrammer.com/Ikea-Standing-desk-for-22-dollars.html It's obviously not adjustable during use, but you can do what I do (if you have a wide enough desk) and switch between using it for the standing position or sitting down and using the actual desk for the sitting ...


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A few more practical tips. The key is to have trusted placeholders for your stuff along each stage of the workflow. Get an in-basket. An in-basket should occupy a sacred place on your desk. Anything that is not yet fully organized belongs in the in-basket until you decide what it is and what you're going to do with it Make sure your filing cabinet is ...


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Your question is a broad one, but there are some general principles that you can apply, not matter the specifics of your personal situation. Understand the Purpose of Organisation First, it might be worth considering what motivates you to get organised? Some people get organised because they've been told it is a "good thing", because they want a sense of ...


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I have this exact problem and started a service currently based on Google hangouts -might build something different if more people use it. It's called Cafe Soloista - check it out http://cafesoloista.com - would love to see you there. The Cafe is open to all, I've had 25 people drop in from all over the world since Monday 9th December so I'm sure there is ...



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