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Proud To Be A Workaholic?
www.huffingtonpost.com

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. It also hurts Jack’s health and has a negative impact on his relationships and work life. Today, there are more ways to overwork yourself than ever. And while refusing vacation time, eating lunch at your…

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Best practices for Outlook 2010
support.office.com

Learn ways to better manage your email messages, calendar, and tasks in Outlook 2010.

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3 Keys to Work Smarter Not Harder
www.psychologytoday.com

It’s not about the amount of time you put in but how you use that time.

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9 Lies You Tell Yourself About Organizing
www.goodhousekeeping.com

Don’t let these common misconceptions derail your decluttering efforts.

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7 Tips to Manage Time Like a Boss
workawesome.com

Time can be an elusive thing, but if you follow these 7 tips, you can manage time, making you more productive and happier as well. Click to read more.

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The Quickstart Guide to Quitting a Bad Habit
zenhabits.net

It seems like it was only last year when I was quitting smoking while stuck in debt, bad eating habits, a procrastinator and sedentary … but in reality that was me 9 years ago.

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How bad emails lower your productivity
forumblog.org

RE:RE FWD:FWD:Re Bill K TX The big event is approaching. Contract attached. (No subject) Wait a minute – WHAT? These emails were sent to me, and I have no idea what any of it means. To make matters even worse, these are just a FEW examples of the sloppy emails that arrive daily. And almost […]

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Compose Gmail Message Lets You Send Email Without Seeing Your Inbox
lifehacker.com

OS X: Everyone knows what it’s like to open Gmail to send an email, and before you get a chance, you’ve spent a half-hour on a dozen unread messages. Worse, you’ve forgotten to send the one you originally meant to. This Automator script helps you stay focused.

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Maximize the Use of Your Time
lifehacker.com

The biggest thing that gets in the way of our productivity is often ourselves. You can motivate yourself by thinking of the time you get each day as a “magic bank account” that refills each day, but if you don’t use what’s in it, you lose it.

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Use Your Phone or Tablet in Bed Without Wrecking Your Sleep
lifehacker.com

You’ve probably heard before that the blue light from your digital devices can interrupt your sleep if you use them too close to bedtime, sapping your productivity the next day. Good news: Research shows a way you might be able to get away with using your phone or tablet in bed without affecting your sleep.

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Peel a Hard-Boiled Egg in Three Seconds with a One-Handed Roll
lifehacker.com

If you’re a parent with young children–or constantly busy multitasking–you can peel a hard-boiled egg in under three seconds with only one hand by rolling it quickly on a clean surface.

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How to Debug Your Brain and Build Better Habits
lifehacker.com

Wouldn’t it be great if you could debug your brain as though it were bad code? We might not be able to reprogram ourselves, but we can use the principles of debugging to help ourselves build better habits. Here’s how to debug your brain.

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Instead of Waiting for Perfect Opportunities, Create Them
lifehacker.com

You could wait for the timing and circumstances to be perfect. Or, you could put a little energy into figuring out how to create the right opportunity.

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Schedule a Fix
lifehacker.com

We’ve all got a few annoying small items on our to-do list. They never seem to get done because of more pressing stuff. They taunt us and sit at the bottom of the list. To clear them out, budget one afternoon and get them all done.

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Proof That You Don’t Actually Need To Be Plugged In To Email All The Time
www.fastcompany.com

Email is a huge part of most people’s workflow, but there are ways to not let it control your day.

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Proof That You Don’t Actually Need To Be Plugged In To Email All The Time
www.fastcompany.com

Email is a huge part of most people’s workflow, but there are ways to not let it control your day.

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No Time to Read?
betabeat.com

“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives. What we do with this hour, and that one, is what we are doing. A schedule defends from chaos and whim. It is a net for catching days. It is a scaffolding on which a worker can stand and labor with both…

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OneThing pomodoro timer (iOS) | MacNN
www.macnn.com

There is virtually no limit to the amount of productivity apps in the App Store, and almost all of them are packed to the brim with bells and whistles that claim to increase productivity. However, sometimes the simplest solutions are the best ones.

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10 Productivity Tips For The Overwhelmed Entrepreneur
www.fastcompany.com

When you have a staff relying on you and a million deadlines to meet, shutting down is not an option. Here’s how to make a plan.

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10 Productivity Tips For The Overwhelmed Entrepreneur
www.fastcompany.com

When you have a staff relying on you and a million deadlines to meet, shutting down is not an option. Here’s how to make a plan.

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Self Improvement by Learning Time Management « time-management
time-management.xmyblogs.com

Grow yourself with time management Are you always late for work, miss project or task dateline? Are you always rushing and spending your day in frenzy activities, but at the end, you are always wondering why you did not achieve much? If this description fits you, then it is time for you to change.

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5 Tricks to Maximize Your Time in the Office
businesswolf.org

It is known to each and every entrepreneur that it is quite difficult to manage too much of work in too little time. This is a common story to all the new startups and to manage work in an efficient way, without taking too much stress of the work. Here are the best ways to […]

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OmniFocus 2
www.maclife.com

“Getting Things Done” (GTD) is a popular system of time management to help organize your tasks. It’s based around a process of working out what the “next action” is in any project coupled to a set of “contexts” that let you know what actions you can do, depending on where you are and what’s available […]

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Starved for Time
greatergood.berkeley.edu

Christine Carter explains how “doing nothing” could be a key to happiness… and productivity.

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How to Finish Everything in 24 Hours
richjuan.com

Do you find it difficult to get all of your tasks done? Do you feel like 24 hours is never enough? Do you want to know how to get things accomplished?

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How to Spend Less of Your Time Working on Things You Don’t Enjoy
www.themuse.com

You can still work super hard for long periods of time and not experience burnout. Trust us.

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