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Jan
18
comment What are the primary rebuttals to the 4 Hour Body and the 4 Hour Workweek by Tim Ferris?
A bit late, but I'd vote to close because it's much too broad. Which part don't you like? The health experiments? Sleep? Diet? Exercise? Outsourcing? Workflow? There's a long list of rebuttals that can be written for each of them.
Jan
18
revised What is the most radical productivity technique that you successfully use?
Edited out the last part because it turns out to not be true.
Aug
10
awarded  Yearling
Jul
19
answered How to reconcile focusing on process vs. output
Jul
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
2
comment GTD - Horizons of Focus
The funny thing about GTD is that the author doesn't seem to know. It's as if doing a lot of the little tasks will lead you to finding a life purpose some day.
Jul
2
answered How to get started?
Jul
2
answered What is the Shortest Time Unit of a Goal?
Jun
30
comment How do I continue working when I'm discouraged due to the error not being resolved?
Not really too much though, but enough that you've got some internal drive :)
Jun
30
answered How do I continue working when I'm discouraged due to the error not being resolved?
Jun
2
awarded  Nice Answer
May
2
answered When is tracking time a waste of time?
May
2
comment When is tracking time a waste of time?
It's not just getting the data that wastes time. It's also processing the data.
Mar
23
comment How do you estimate time for a new task?
This is pretty much the textbook way to do it :)
Mar
23
answered Benefits of being on time (or not)
Dec
24
answered What to do while compiling?
Dec
24
comment How to measure improvement progress in a soft skill?
Charisma is a learnable skill like any other. The most charismatic people I know now were nerds/introverts who were forced to be charismatic in their careers. And you can measure things like social status and people's reactions. Titles, status symbols, social media followers and likes, measuring your call logs, counting body language reactions like content or disgust, counting awkward conversations. A lot of these are horrible measures, but people unconsciously do it. If people think gold cufflinks means +1 Charisma, go ahead and put it as a goal.
Dec
24
comment How to measure improvement progress in a soft skill?
@shimuno One thing you could do is check yourself for that habit at a certain point in time. So you could say that by December 2015, it should be automatic that I smile when I'm on the phone.
Dec
23
comment How to measure improvement progress in a soft skill?
Isn't self-help part of the scope? It flies close to personal productivity as it's about goalsetting.
Dec
21
answered How to measure improvement progress in a soft skill?