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answered The desire of being productive, but failing at implementing it
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reviewed No Action Needed The desire of being productive, but failing at implementing it
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reviewed Reviewed How to make studying interesting like movies?
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reviewed Reviewed Stop checking Facebook and other sites while at work
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comment Stop checking Facebook and other sites while at work
There are a lot of questions on this site surrounding this topic, as most of as suffer from a lot of distraction. Did you check if answers to other questions can help you? A good starting point is this: productivity.stackexchange.com/search?q=discipline
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answered Combining Linenberger approach Master Your Workday Now (MYWN) with emacs
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comment How does GTD fade to the background?
You're right, your answer fits my question better. What I did get out of the answer from Manuhele, that I still do not do the weekly review on a consistent basis, and this is probably a big part of my problem.
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answered Improving reading skills without “speed reading”
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comment Improving reading skills without “speed reading”
You can find an excellent answer to your question here: productivity.stackexchange.com/questions/210/…
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comment Improving reading skills without “speed reading”
possible duplicate of How can I improve reading speed and comprehension?
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