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Dec
26
comment How do I start working even having scheduled my day and long term tasks?
I do have "working mood" music, some time ago this worked, but it seems not any more even trying different things. In the past (degree thesis), closing everything meant unplugging the Ethernet cable. Now I can't do that as I need Internet to search jobs, this is why I try with anti-procrastination filters.
Dec
26
comment How do I start working even having scheduled my day and long term tasks?
Well, if you read my question I am actually doing this already. The problem is that I can't even start "working on the mos important single thing", no matter for how much time I schedule it.
Dec
1
comment How do I start working even having scheduled my day and long term tasks?
That's a good idea, report to someone as I used to do in my company (scrum idea), that really worked as I could be in trouble with my boss if I didn't do anything. Maybe I could now show my parents or girlfriend how may CVs I send everyday or how many German exercises I did.
Dec
1
comment How do I start working even having scheduled my day and long term tasks?
I have sent my CV without hesitating, but for example I did had problems to write my CV because I didn't know how to do it. Now it's done, and applying to offers it's not difficult, just "boring". In this particular case there's nothing blocking me, I know what is blocking and what I have to do now is quite "easy".
Dec
1
comment How do I start working even having scheduled my day and long term tasks?
It's lack of motivation and laziness. I can think of all of those beneficial things and still do nothing. Actually, no I think that when I was motivated it was because I had something challenging. Probably I think "find a job" and "learn German" as boring.
Nov
29
comment How do I start working even having scheduled my day and long term tasks?
Sorry, I meant that I "work" in my father's business, in his office, so I do commute. Probably this time I'm focusing wrong. I started to do daily plans when I did my degree project in a company. It was useful as a daily Scrum for my team and to know "what I have to do now" instead of losing time thinking on the next task. But probably now I need some flexibility.