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aerospace engineer, Star Wars nerd, PowerPoint hater, and family barista, @wuerl


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awarded  Explainer
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comment How to get over that embarassing incident
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about embarrassment in a social situation, which is leading to the person not wanting to work out. It’s not really relate to productivity at all.
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reviewed No Action Needed How to get over that embarassing incident
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reviewed No Action Needed How to advance work tasks when using only my smartphone with one hand
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reviewed No Action Needed Todo list manager with progress bar
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How do you act confident?
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comment How to organize a large number of reoccuring tasks\maintenance?
I didn't fully appreciate your point that these aren't actual tasks, just informational. I actually would set up recurring meetings in outlook, but in another calendar—like people do with conference rooms. Then you can see openings by trying to schedule a meeting and looking at free/busy times.
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answered How to organize a large number of reoccuring tasks\maintenance?
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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed Reviewed How to organize a large number of reoccuring tasks\maintenance?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How do you act confident?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Being motivated for self study
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Curious
Jun
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answered Alternative methods of tagging to organize thoughts?
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awarded  Yearling
May
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comment What are basic techniques to cope with an extremely tough and totally unfamiliar university subject?
Is quantum physics just an example or the specific subject being asked about. I expect that someone with no background in science trying to jump right into a graduate course on quantum physics simple isn't going to be able to succeed. There is simply too much background material that will be critical to understanding the course that they don't know yet. I'd recommend lookup up the course prerequisites and becoming fluent in those first.
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revised What are basic techniques to cope with an extremely tough and totally unfamiliar university subject?
fixed grammar in question title and edit question body
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Am I destroying my career as a software engineer