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answered Punctuality Issues
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comment How to concentrate without external stimulants?
@Roel I still see these approaches as opposite ones - if stuff is not enjoyable, I would try bunch of tricks (reframing etc) in order to make it enjoyable; any mention of discipline makes stuff less enjoyable (it's the way our mind works - it doesn't like to concentrate on unpleasant things, but can do wonders if considers an activity as a game etc)
Oct
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comment How to stop obsessing over my to-do list?
I couldn't disagree more... <imho> keeping all tasks (big and small) "using your 100% original equipment God-given organic brain" is a huge mistake (according to David Allen (GTD) - and he is right) </imho>
Oct
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comment How to concentrate without external stimulants?
> I believe that concentration is, for the most part, discipline --------------------------- I believe in something quite opposite - concentration is a natural state for our brain (if we are doing something interesting and enjoyable) - and constant mention of discipline might turn all this fun into something else
Oct
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answered How to concentrate without external stimulants?
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comment How to stop obsessing over my to-do list?
you are welcome! If I am not mistaken, it's an example of reframing (very powerful NLP technique)
Oct
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answered How to stop obsessing over my to-do list?
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answered Feeling of stress when I have to learn something new
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answered Easy way to archive web pages
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comment How can I spend less time optimizing and more time executing?
**It's about not doing my to'do's ** That's right. and (imho) the reason why your brain wants to "go back and tweak a little more" is exactly that - it (possible) has some cool idea how to improve the process and it wants to try it right now (or this new cool idea will be lost). Most of the time that idea is quite simple, like "if I go and tweak some more it will increase my productivity!" - so, we deal with this idea just like with all others - record it, process it later and assure our brain that it won't be lost. But - it's your mind and your question; I won't bother you anymore ;)
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comment How can I spend less time optimizing and more time executing?
inho, capturing good ideas is a bad idea ;) The point is to capture ALL ideas - good or bad, and process these later. BTW, how often do you process collected ideas? If your mind will be sure that you will process all new to-do-improvement ideas by the end of the day - would this make a difference?
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answered How can I spend less time optimizing and more time executing?
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answered Dealing with distractions during wait