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answered Relaxation under difficult conversations
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comment How do I motivate myself to study sincerely?
Switch that 10 minutes to 25 minutes and you get the Pomodoro Technique ;)
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comment How to beat the “Too Long Didn't Read” syndrome?
Is this really a bad thing? Rarely should anyone be reading every single word. In fact, many people who read a lot - liberal arts majors - will tell you that you should look for a summary first. That's why many books come with a table of contents and introduction. And many research papers start with an abstract and have a conclusion.
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comment How do I keep avoiding social networking sites/apps even when people urge me to use them?
It won't cure procrastination if that's what you're looking for. If you avoid social media, you'll just procrastinate somewhere else, like news sites, reddit, cracked, tv tropes, or SE. Very few of us actually spend our weekends on facebook... we just do it when we're supposed to be doing something important.
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comment What kind of mindset do disciplined people have?
Some research puts the motivation highest as the success at the end of line, or at the atomic early tasks (Adams & Rollings, Fundamentals of Game Design, 2007)
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answered What kind of mindset do disciplined people have?
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answered Too lazy to do programming?
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comment What kind of mindset do disciplined people have?
Book recommendation questions are a poor fit for the Stack Exchange sites, because you'll normally get a list of books and no explanation on why they're good. If you want good books on a topic, check out Amazon. You can still edit your question to ask why some people are more disciplined than others, and some people will cite books that strengthen their answer.
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comment How to keep up with a todo application?
Could you make the question clearer? Are you looking for a TODO list that fits all your requirements? Or are you being overwhelmed by so many tasks that it doesn't fit on your list?
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comment Experiencing stress from participating in online blogs or forums
It's partially conditioning. After a few years of controlling your temper on online forums, you get used to it. If you've ever seen a baby recently, they get stressed out and angry over everything, because they haven't been conditioned for many things. You're probably not conditioned to take criticism, or conditioned that all criticism is harmful.
Apr
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answered How does the “Two-Tab” rule work in boosting productivity online?
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answered How to become productive on the weekends?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How do you act confident?
Apr
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reviewed Needs Improvement Does using a task bar on each monitor showing only the windows that are located on that monitor improves computer productivity?
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reviewed Satisfactory How to create a weekly nutrition schedule?
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reviewed Needs Improvement How many next actions to make a note of in a project in GTD?
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reviewed Needs Improvement A better approach to studying?
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reviewed Satisfactory Learning to be organized — how?
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reviewed Needs Improvement How does the “Two-Tab” rule work in boosting productivity online?
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reviewed Needs Improvement How to overcome the constant feeling of not being good enough?