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accepted Scientific studies on the default duration of a pomodoro?
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revised Relaxing at work
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reviewed Leave Open Which is better; trying to become the best or just improving yourself?
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revised Which is better; trying to become the best or just improving yourself?
revised question title and content so it becomes more clear
Sep
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comment what is the effect of communication on productivity
Welcome to Personal Productivity! Communicating with people plays an important role in many different situations (work, at home, driving). Also, there are many forms of communication (talking, email, body language, etc.). As it is your question is way too broad to be answerable here. I suggest you narrow it done and focus on 1 specific setting.
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reviewed Reviewed Which is better; trying to become the best or just improving yourself?
Sep
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revised How to become a fast learner?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How do you act confident?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why do I start wasting time when I am excited about learning some technical stuff?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How do you act confident?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do I get myself out of bed in the morning?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How do you act confident?
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reviewed Reviewed How do you start working?
Sep
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revised Are there affordable, hands-free alternatives for a mouse?
improved grammar, improved title to better reflect question content
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reviewed Reviewed Are there affordable, hands-free alternatives for a mouse?
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comment Are there affordable, hands-free alternatives for a mouse?
How do you know that "This will increase my productivity at least 3 times as much"? If I remember correctly brain-computer interfaces that exist today generally have an accuracy in the range of 85-97%, so you'll still have to correct errors regularly. Eye tracking devices may be more suitable here.
Sep
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comment Are there any mnemonics suitable for storing foreign vocabulary?
For people who don't know what a memory palace is: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Method_of_loci
Sep
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revised Are there any mnemonics suitable for storing foreign vocabulary?
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reviewed Close Best Practices / Habits / Hacks to effectively use Spaced Repetiton Learning
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comment Best Practices / Habits / Hacks to effectively use Spaced Repetiton Learning
What exactly is your goal here? As it is your question seems rather broad.