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Change These 5 Things and Watch Your To-Do List Shrink To Nothing
www.gregfaxon.com

Productivity is a disease.Seriously. I really think that our obsession with getting things done has become a global sickness. Notice what I said there. The disease is not procrastination. It’s actually our desire to be optimally productive and efficient all the time. […]

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Todoist launches Apple Watch app with Inbox, Today view, Projects, Filters and Labels
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Todoist, the advanced to-do list and task manager for iOS and OS X, is now available for the Apple Watch. The app delivers a number of powerful features for

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Google’s Clever Inbox Email App Is Now Open to Everyone
www.wired.com

Google’s new app is like a personal assistant for your email, and now you can finally try it.

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5 Project-Planning Tips to Help You Meet Your Goals
www.entrepreneur.com

Your first step: Have you even defined what a “project” is?

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How Much Does Your Commute Really Cost
blog.worksnaps.net

Do you want to find out how much you are actually spending on your vehicle commute costs alone?

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9 Things You Should Do Every Day Before 9 A.M.
www.marcandangel.com

The morning is enormously important.  It’™s the foundation from which the day is built.  How you choose to spend your morning can be used to predict the kind of day you’re going to have.

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Why Today Predicts Your Future
productivityist.com

If you want to be productive, make sure you are productive today and then you can be productive tomorrow.

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What You Can Learn from Obsessing Over Your Own Time Use
www.asianefficiency.com

Tracking your time can tell a lot about you. Here’s how a parent did it and was shocked by what she did and didn’t accomplish.

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How to manage notifications and not go crazy?
sliwinski.com

There’s a chance that some of you are already wearing your Apple Watches while reading this. I still don’t have mine (arriving today!)… but anyway, there’s a lot of skepticism regarding our new wrist computer. On the one hand, it’s a nice-looking gadget but on the other, the software seems slow, there are problems with […]

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The 3 High-Impact Habits You Need if You Want to Reach Your Goals Faster
www.stevenaitchison.co.uk

We all want to reach our goals. We’ve got exciting plans, cool projects and important things we want to accomplish. read this article to reach your goals faster

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Breaking Procrastination: The New Way To Succeed
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Procrastination is an efficiency thief and can be crippling. I’ve been stuck there many times before and often catch myself falling back into it. Whenever it hits me, I turn to these four remedies to get back on track.

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Get Out of Unnecessary Meetings by Voicing Productive Alternatives
lifehacker.com

Some meetings can be a complete waste of time, especially when you know your presence isn’€™t essential. Here is a non-confrontational way to try and get out of those meetings so you can get back to your work.

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Fight Procrastination by Facing Your Discomfort Head On
lifehacker.com

For many people, procrastination isn’t about being lazy, it’s about feeling uncomfortable with some aspect of the task at hand. Whatever the cause may be, it’s better to face your discomfort head on with a little honesty.

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Be Proud of Your Side Hustle to Be More Productive
lifehacker.com

If you have a second job, you might feel embarrassed by it. However, if you’re open about your work, you’ll be able to spend your time as efficiently as possible without stressing over others finding out about your side gig.

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3 Ways Your Job Could Be Turning You Into a Procrastinator
www.entrepreneur.com

It’s your responsibility to overcome dawdling but the first step is to recognize what’s holding you up.

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Abundant Time – Live Fully and Claim Your Dreams
thetimefinder.com

Abundant time or scarce time – maybe it’s up to you to decide! How you view your time is a choice you make – so is your time abundant or constricted?

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10 Reasons Why Some People Feel Like They Never Have Enough Time
webwriterspotlight.com

Many people today feel like they never have enough time. See why some people feel that way, and what you can do to avoid it.

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Boost Your Productivity with 10 Time Management Tips
articles.bplans.com

If you haven’t taken the time to assess how your routines are impacting your productivity, now is the time to do so.

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3 Reasons You’re Always Running Late (and How to Make it a Thing of the Past)
www.themuse.com

How to Get Places on Time – The Muse: Your worst habit, explained and solved.

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Get In, Get After It, Get Out
www.forbes.com

One of the most common questions I get from my clients is how to actually leave thoughts of work at work. After a grueling day of at the office, a lot of people have a difficult time transitioning into their life at home, or some even feel guilty for putting […]

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6 Useful Apple Watch Apps for the Business Professional
www.makeuseof.com

Many Apple Watch apps were already available when early adopters started receiving their watches in April. With more apps arriving all the time, and only a small amount of space available on the device, it can be hard to know which ones to try or which ones you really need. Business professionals in particular may have…

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4 Morning Success Rituals to Start Your Day Off Right
www.psychologytoday.com

Set your morning, set your calm.

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The Sweet Spot of Procrastination
www.additudemag.com

How to get your crap done without going crazy.

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‘No’ is your most powerful time management tool
m.nzherald.co.nz

Robyn Pearce tells us focus is a precious and vital skill which helps us get great results and a feeling of control.

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10 Things Successful People Do To Maximize Their Time
www.lifehack.org

Learn from the masters how you can be successful at maximizing your time

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The Shiny Object Syndrome that Kills Trader Productivity
www.investopedia.com

People get distracted and, in their excitement, they end up trying to learn everything rather than focusing on the subject they had originally set out to learn.

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