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revised Overcome extreme laziness and increase productivity
strengthened my answer making it more palattable to the eye and hopefully clearer to the reader.
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answered How do I efficiently handle non-electronic mail?
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revised Overcome extreme laziness and increase productivity
I felt the need to edit out some of my personal experiences and come up with a better structured answere that is easier to follow. see comments. Thanks!
Jun
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comment Overcome extreme laziness and increase productivity
Or maybe is it because the highest voted answer starts out with self-help books being the worst thing one can do and my last point I mentioned a book I referred to as self-help (although it has drawings, comedy & is in big font, the meaning inside IMO can be thought about and put into action & the world would be a better place). Maybe calling it Self-help was a bit of a misnomer and elicited an instant negative response? link book review
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comment Overcome extreme laziness and increase productivity
I'm always amazed (whether it's my answer or another persons) to see a down voted answer without a comment. If one takes the time to "attempt" to help someone out, I feel it's a common courtesy to comment, offering constructive criticism, pointing out a wrong fact, etc. After all isn't this a community-based site to help one another out? As I look back at my answer I see some things I could've more clearly conveyed & without my own experiences. But was it that? Or seeing sleeping, no motivation, etc. as a bit of depression? Was it not clear I was giving kudos to the water suggestion above?
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answered Overcome extreme laziness and increase productivity