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Jan
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revised How can I teach myself to think more innovatively?
+link, typo
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reviewed Reviewed Personal Kanban on Multiple Teams
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed how to stick to something
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reviewed Reviewed How can I teach myself to think more innovatively?
Jan
26
comment How can I teach myself to think more innovatively?
If find that article again, it would be useful if you could add the link.
Jan
26
reviewed Reviewed How to cope with “idea overflow”?
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reviewed Reviewed How to cope with “idea overflow”?
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reviewed Reviewed How to cope with “idea overflow”?
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reviewed No Action Needed How to cope with “idea overflow”?
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reviewed Reviewed How to cope with “idea overflow”?
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Allotting time for unforeseen circumstances
Jan
26
comment Allotting time for unforeseen circumstances
I edited the link in your comment. Creating this kind of link is easy using the button (chain link symbol) in the answer editor. Or you can directly write markdown syntax, if you are that kind of guy :3
Jan
26
revised Allotting time for unforeseen circumstances
cleaned up link
Jan
26
reviewed Reviewed How to calm yourself before meditation?
Jan
26
comment How to calm yourself before meditation?
I edited your answer to render your answer better. Stackexchange uses markdown syntax. There, the # sign is used to create headings, but you can escape them like this \# to use them like regular characters (it's the same with asterisks or other special chars). You can look at the edit by clicking on the "edited x minutes ago" over my username and see what I changed.
Jan
26
revised How to calm yourself before meditation?
escaped # signs that render lines as headings in markdown
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reviewed Reviewed How to cope with “idea overflow”?
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reviewed Looks Good How to calm yourself before meditation?
Jan
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comment How to calm yourself before meditation?
Could you ask them for links and add them to your answer?
Jan
26
comment How to cope with “idea overflow”?
+1 for GTD. I store ideas for projects there and am relieved because they are safe for now. After some time I review the ideas and notice: They were not so good after all, so I combine them, merge them into others or just kill them off.