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May
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comment Do audio books help our productivity?
I think I first came across it in "Breakthrough Rapid Reading" by Peter Kump, but have both read it multiples times over the years and verified it personally. My books are in storage, otherwise I'd see if Peter references any studies.
Apr
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comment How do you remember to work off your todo list?
I have found that in time, even something right in front of your face becomes invisible. We tend to react to change rather than constancy. Habit is key.
Feb
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comment How to control or change habits?
The issue with this system is when you do break your streak, it feels exhausting to start again.
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answered The art of moving on from heart break
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answered How do you remember to sit up straight?
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comment How to capture thoughts in inconvenient moments?
There's a quick intro I found at the-number-thesaurus.com/Introduction.asp
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comment What email folders do I need?
Hi HLGEM, if I received an email saying, "We've updated our policy, please see it at http://.......", I'd wish to store the actual policy in case it changed or disappeared in future, rather than this email. How would you handle this?
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comment How to stop stressing out that I'm forgetting something for no reason
I doubt brain room is in limited supply. If you never get that stress the OP is talking about when wondering if you've forgotten something, then your memory can be relied upon. I can't rely upon mine.