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reviewed Approve How to be productive on publishing scientific papers?
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reviewed No Action Needed How to fall asleep
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comment Is it better to use printed study material rather than soft copies of study materials to avoid distractions?
I think you should edit your question because currently there is not really a thing that you ask. My suggestion is "are there any benefits of using printed material over reading on a screen?"
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reviewed No Action Needed Having exact timings for going to bed and waking up in terms of productivity
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comment How do I break free of this rut?
@AzfarHussain: For me pomodoros are about committing to work uninterrupted for a defined amount of time, and taking breaks following a before defined scheme. This way I'm less likely to extend brakes or interrupt work for checking social media. If you have problems defining what to do, you have to use other tools (like I said in part 2 of my answer).
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reviewed No Action Needed I have 10 days to gain 35 words/minute typing speed. How?
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reviewed Leave Open 15 Minutes With Success - What are your three questions?
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reviewed Leave Open I have 10 days to gain 35 words/minute typing speed. How?
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reviewed Close How can I prevent StackOverflow from killing my productivity?
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comment 15 Minutes With Success - What are your three questions?
I don't have an answer, but would like say that I have some doubts about the approach where you copy the methods of successful people or organisations blindly. The persons maybe falsly attribute their success to the wrong habits they have (e.g. maybe their meditation ist not the key, but instead their better than average family life that they are not aware of). I think this would fall under "survivor bias".
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reviewed Approve How do I deal with distractions when working on a computer?
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answered How do I break free of this rut?
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reviewed No Action Needed Re-conditioning the brain to read numbers “visually”
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comment Tickler system for electronic files - how?
I don't know if creating a single task entry for every document is feasible (@che_kid talks about hundreds of documents). A single reminder to do the regular review will help, but you will still need some system to store the files and a review order.