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Feb
24
reviewed Leave Open Open hardware alternative to livescribe?
Feb
16
revised What is a good planning software for a proactive student?
added link to mobile app that exists now
Feb
14
reviewed Leave Open Dealing with pointless meetings at work - should I give feedback to the manager?
Feb
12
comment Techniques to stop procastination
This gets asked a lot. I think you will find more than a few answers that have the tag "procrastination".
Jan
27
reviewed No Action Needed What techniques are there to make more time for useful activities?
Jan
27
reviewed Approve How to make studying interesting like movies?
Jan
24
reviewed Approve Without getting my hand strained how can I physically write faster?
Jan
23
reviewed Close How do I retrain bad habits?
Jan
23
reviewed Close A watch to stop procrastinating
Jan
10
reviewed Reviewed How can I improve my workplace to have less interruptions?
Jan
10
comment How can I improve my workplace to have less interruptions?
How would you tell others when you are available? Depending on the environment it might not be acceptble to put up a sign with your "opening hours".
Jan
7
comment How to Get Myself Started on Tasks Despite Depression and OCD?
If you took a break in your pomodoro: you are not supposed to do this but work without any distraction (no email, no browsing social media, ...). You can read about GTD by looking on this SE site (there will be a tag named GTD). But for the start you can stick with the tips I gave you. Don't waste any time creating a "perfect" method, but keep it simple and start completing task from your list!
Jan
7
comment How to Get Myself Started on Tasks Despite Depression and OCD?
Pomodoros are a way to trick you into starting with a bigger task that seems to be too big to accomplish. People that don't think that they can work on a topic without distraction will be more likely to work for half an hour and repeat this four times (which is essentially the same thing). The other thing is that you get a defined, short break (this way its easier to continue working). Regarding todo lists: one of the things I stole from "getting things done" (GTD) is to have one list of tasks so that no tasks gets lost. Give it a try. I wish you the best!
Jan
7
answered How to Get Myself Started on Tasks Despite Depression and OCD?
Dec
31
awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
31
revised Is there a FOSS, full-featured, cloudless GTD software that supports both desktop and mobile platforms?
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Dec
31
answered Is there a FOSS, full-featured, cloudless GTD software that supports both desktop and mobile platforms?
Dec
31
reviewed Reject Being motivated for self study
Dec
30
reviewed Reject How do you act confident?
Dec
29
awarded  Investor