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Dec
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asked Evidence that color-adjusting software helps to keep sleep-awake rhythm
Dec
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reviewed Reopen How to measure improvement progress in a soft skill?
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed Which computer-based Pomodoro timers exist and what are their features?
Dec
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reviewed Reviewed How to identify the ideal time to go to sleep and wake up?
Dec
20
comment How to identify the ideal time to go to sleep and wake up?
Welcome to Personal Productivity! Could you please summarize the main points of that article in your own words? That way your answer will remain valuable if the link breaks.
Dec
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reviewed Reviewed How to remove nervousness and do not panic
Dec
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reviewed Reject Being motivated for self study
Dec
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reviewed Reviewed Effectively open links in Gmail w/o mouse
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reviewed Leave Closed How to organize life? A bunch of specific details
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comment How to organize life? A bunch of specific details
Slightly better, but the main problem is that it's still a wall of text, addressing multiple questions which aren't necessarily related. I doubt anyone is going to address all questions here in one answer. You're more likely to get better answers if you seperate the questions over multiple posts.
Dec
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reviewed Reviewed How to organize life? A bunch of specific details
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comment How to organize life? A bunch of specific details
There are many questions here. I would suggest you split them up, focusing each question on one particular problem.
Dec
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comment Is there any scientific evidence to show that 1 full day a week or 1 hour a day is more effective for learning?
I edited and voted to reopen the question
Dec
12
reviewed Close What is a way to become good in anything i do?
Dec
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comment What is a way to become good in anything i do?
Welcome to Personal Productivity! Yes, you can improve your learning skills, for example by using mind-mapping, mnemonics or speed-reading to make learning more effective. I suggest you browse through the various tags (e.g. learning and self-learning) and related questions and answers on this site, or alternatively read one of the many books on this topic Note that improving your learning efficiency, doesn't automatically mean you will be good in everything you learn.
Dec
12
revised Language independent memorization peg system
adde mnemonics tag, fixed typo
Dec
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revised Is there any scientific evidence to show that 1 full day a week or 1 hour a day is more effective for learning?
revised question based on OPs comment below
Dec
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reviewed Reviewed Pomodoro Technique with colleagues
Dec
11
reviewed Reviewed Time-variation in pomodoro technique?