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A Hyper Productivity Seeker. Believe that people can be 10 times more productive than they are just by tweaking the way they do an activity a little bit to fully utilize their body and mind. Keep seeking factors for a person to be more productive. It started from just me. After 3 years of seeking these factors, I get to know my great people (i.e. Natty, Roofimon, Tanawat) who shares the same passion, helps me find more factors, shares with the others. That's awesome! Thanks all! Let's be more productive! :D


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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
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answered How to reach your potential
Mar
14
comment What do you do while eating?
+1 for -- "A buddhist perspective would be: when you work, work; when you eat, eat."
Mar
4
answered What physical actions can trigger psychological and physiological changes to be more productive?
Feb
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answered How do you go about preparing for your talk?
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revised Is it possible to train to sleep less?
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revised How to solve my personal issues to be productive and happy person
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Jan
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answered How to solve my personal issues to be productive and happy person
Jan
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answered Does changing keystone habits really help bring bigger changes?
Jan
31
revised Is it possible to train to sleep less?
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revised Is it possible to train to sleep less?
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Jan
31
answered Is it possible to train to sleep less?
Jan
30
answered Situational procrastination: how to be productive before project starts?
Jan
30
answered How to control or change habits?
Jan
30
comment If after a few weeks/months I forget a topic which I studied in the past, does it mean that I never understood it in the first place?
+1 Loci Method.
Jan
29
comment Which is more productive: doing lots of work in parallel or one by one?
@Anwar, is this question asking about trying to do one thing with different approaches or trying to do many things concurrently? The 3 paragraphs in the description suggests the former but the title suggests the latter to me.
Jan
28
answered How to stop worrying on petty issues?
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25
answered Tips for bi-tasking?
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awarded  Supporter