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What are the primary rebuttals to the 4 Hour Body and the 4 Hour Workweek by Tim Ferris?

I have read and understand the popularity of the '4 Hour' series of best-selling books by Tim Ferris. H However Tim himself asks the readers to consider everything he writes with a skeptical mind as ...
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Articles or tips on formulating (non-language related) knowledge into flashcards for spaced repetition software

There are two main articles I'm aware of about formulating knowledge into flashcards suitable for spaced repetition software (SRS). Twenty rules of formulating knowledge - Piotr Wozniak Knowledge ...
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Is speed reading worth learning over PhotoReading?

I recently bought a Udemy course titled "Become a SuperLearner" that teaches speed reading and advanced memory skills (I tried the Tim Ferris's method, but it didn't yield long-term speed increase, so ...
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Pomodoro timer that syncs between web and android

I'm trying to get into the pomodoro mood again, after having stopped for a while. Currently I'm using Tomighty, which I actually like a lot. However, as we've got a lot of meetings here, I'm away ...
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Moving from weak to strong knowledge (Like passive vocabulary to strong vocabulary)

If you learn language vocabulary for example, you might start with "Weak Knowledge", like passive understanding, and then move to stronger form, like active vocabulary. When I have to remember 5 ...
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Tips to change one's way of thinking?

So I'm a student of engineering, currently in my second year. I've picked up this bad habit of thinking really rapidly coming up with premature conclusions that always mess up things. This has begun ...
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How can I create a routine of using my ToDo-App on my Smartphone rather than writing everythign down

I'm currently implementing the Methods of David Allen's Getting Things Done into my life. I've downloaded an Android app that I'm fairly happy with and in which I already have put most of the tasks I ...
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how to fight productivity guilt

Guilt is one of those emotions that we feel is telling us something important about our behavior. Actually, that's what guilt is supposed to be. But the guilty feeling I have when I haven't been ...
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Self-hosted synchronisation server for GTG (Getting Things Gnome 0.3.1)

I often use GTG 0.3.1 in combination with the Hamster Tracker on my laptop. However, I cannot see any possibility to sync my task from my laptop to my workstation computer. I have tried RTM but ...
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Kneeling chair for 6'3" (1.9m) person?

I'm pretty tall and am trying to find a good kneeling chair. However most are built for average heights. Does anyone have a recommendation on a kneeling chair for a tall dude?
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Is an on-screen keyboard more efficient than touch typing on a physical keyboard?

This is my first time here, so I hope this question is on topic! My friend and I got into an argument over whether typing on an on-screen keyboard (i.e. on a flat glass screen) can possibly be more ...
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Are productivity HUDs effective?

I recently came across a tool that helps people focus on one thing at a time; it's basically a heads up display for your current task, and seems to be geared towards people with dual monitors. Does ...
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15 Minutes With Success - What are your three questions?

My apologies if this isn't the right exchange. Personal productivity was the closest thing I could find to personal growth. Let's assume you have a chance for a short conversation, perhaps over a ...