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comment What would you include in an end-of-day routine?
Hello, is it possible to edit this and describe more about your goals? Right now, this isn't really a good fit for a Q&A site, and there's no criteria for which to rate answers and determine what the best one is. Please take a look at Good Subjective, Bad Subjective for more details. Hope this helps!
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revised How do you abandon a task that isn't worthwhile?
put question from title in the first paragraph so this flows better and title isn't topic sentence; fixed spelling errors; fixed formatting of numbers; added whitespace and punctuation; fixed grammar
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comment Introvert to Extrovert in 5 years. How?
daCoda - See Susan Cain's TED Talk: ted.com/talks/susan_cain_the_power_of_introverts.html Shyness isn't the same as introversion. There are also many introverted people who are super confident and productive. Your lack of understanding of this is precisely why this isn't a Productivity question. Consider reformatting this to focus on a specific problem you're facing and how you can become more productive. Hope this helps! :)
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comment Why I daily wake up at around 10 AM?
This is better Alex. Nice edit! :)
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comment Why I daily wake up at around 10 AM?
This doesn't really answer the question. Answers should ideally be more than just a one-line answer. Can you elaborate? See How to Answer for more details.
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comment Why I daily wake up at around 10 AM?
Are you sure you don't mean "12:00 AM" The PM/AM switch happens at 12, not 1. 12 PM is lunch time.
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comment What method(s) can I undertake to ensure I get the most possible information from a book when I read it?
Hi TRdH. Welcome to Personal Productivity SE. This is a great first post!
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comment Should I use pomodoro breaks to work on personal tasks?
From what I've read, your rule is the rule. The point of the pomodoro technique is to force yourself to take a break while also forcing yourself to work productively during the "on" time. I tried this approach yesterday to knock out some stuff I've been putting off and it worked really well.
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edited the question title so it matches the actual question; this will make it grab the reader's interest quicker, for instance, when the post gets Tweeted or shared in social media
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answered What method(s) can I undertake to ensure I get the most possible information from a book when I read it?
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comment What method(s) can I undertake to ensure I get the most possible information from a book when I read it?
Those people quoting from books likely memorized that as part of a speech. It would surely be impressive if they could just pull random information out of their heads, but I seriously doubt that wasn't planned/prepared in advance.
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comment Are there alternatives to the GTD system?
This question is currently being discussed in this meta thread.
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comment How can I minimize the time I spend preparing food without sacrificing quality or greatly increasing cost?
Hey @Celeritas, this post is being discussed here on meta. Hope this helps!