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How to Effortlessly Focus For 2.5 Hours at a Stretch
www.stevenaitchison.co.uk

Andrew Long has written in exclusivity for CYT an article about the easy way to concentrate at your work for 2,5 hours at a stretch.

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24 Hours Not Enough? 10 Tips Of Time Management To Make Every Day Count
www.lifehack.org

This article offers practical time management advice and teaches behavioral techniques that help individuals to manage time well.

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3 Simple Ways to Make Exercise a Habit
jamesclear.com

Read this article to learn how to make exercise a habit. These 3 simple strategies will help you build a fitness routine that sticks for good.

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OmniFocus 2 Contexts and Perspectives Explained
www.asianefficiency.com

Zachary explains the critical difference between OmniFocus 2 Contexts and Perspectives – and why you need both. And some whiskey.

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The Three Most Important Factors to Maintaining Work Motivation
lifehacker.com

Work shouldn’t always feel like a burden, but keeping your motivation can be a constant struggle. Here are three factors that can help you understand and upkeep your motivation.

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The New Habit Challenge: Work The Exact Amount Of Time Science Tells Us To
www.fastcompany.com

You know you should take regular breaks during the workday, but did you know they should be exactly 17 minutes long?

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Productivity Hack Of The Week: Keep A More Organized Notebook
www.fastcompany.com

Nothing trumps good, old-fashioned pen and paper when it comes to taking effective notes. Except maybe this trick.

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7 Ways You Can Reduce Email Clutter Starting Today
smallbiztrends.com

The average worker spends 28% of their time in email. It only makes sense to develop ways to reduce email clutter. Here are seven to get you started.

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Overscheduled? 7 Ways to Reclaim Your Day
www.success.com

At our first meeting, my executive coaching clients typically start the first conversation by sharing their top priority and what they want to imp

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5 Action Steps For Curing Your Inbox Zero Email Frenzy
www.makeuseof.com

Inbox Zero is one of the most popular buzz words in the productivity community. Apps like, the popular iPhone email client, Mailbox make it easy for you to quickly deal with all the emails in your inbox. If you’re really overloaded, you can even use a service like Mailstrom to bulk delete emails. The idea…

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The number 1 Productivity Killer (Are You Doing This?)
paidtoexist.com

“There just aren’t enough hours in the day.” Bullshit. Everyone wishes they had more hours in the day. But you don’t need more hours to get things done. There is a simple way you can double the amount you accomplish, right now.

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How Your Mood Swings Are Getting in the Way of Your Productivity
ridiculouslyefficient.com

Your mood swings are hurting your productivity more than you think. Learn about emotion-based procrastination and how to beat it.

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4 Science-Backed Ways To Have More Willpower
www.pickthebrain.com

Are you always lacking willpower? If so, here are 4 proven ways to have more willpower and even increase it permanently!

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“Habit Change Is Easiest When People Move House or Undergo Some Life Transition.”
www.gretchenrubin.com

Habits interview: Wendy Wood. I was very pleased to get the chance to interview Professor and Vice Dean Wendy Wood, because she’s one of the top experts in t

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The 5 Most Paralysing Excuses That Stop You From Doing What You Really Want
www.lifehack.org

I’ve used excuses in the past, and it’s not really that fun or productive. If you use excuses, or don’t even know you’re using excuses, read this.

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Set “Now” Deadlines to Stop Procrastination for Long-Term Projects
lifehacker.com

Our brain can fool us into not being as productive as we should. To counter that, you should trick your brain. So when you have a long-term project, set a deadline for any task that has to be done in the “now.”

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The “Secret” to Coming Up with Great Ideas Is Showing Up
lifehacker.com

Psst. Want to know how creative geniuses come up with their great ideas and masterpieces? The answer isn’t luck.

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A Formula for Perfect Productivity: Work for 52 Minutes, Break for 17
www.theatlantic.com

Finally, social scientists suggest a precise time for mid-afternoon coffee runs.

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Are You Using Today’s Hottest Productivity Tool?
www.profitguide.com

You may not have heard of Slack yet, but shrewd design and a blossoming user base mean you will soon

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How To Be Productive During A Day Of Endless Meetings
www.fastcompany.com

Sorry, you can’t always cut out all of your annoying meetings, but you can salvage some productivity. Here’s how.

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4 Things You Thought Were True About Time Management
blogs.hbr.org

I don’t know anyone who doesn’t struggle with how to make the most of their time at work. How do you stay on top of an overflowing inbox? How do you get work done when your day is taken up by meetings? How can you get through a continually expanding to-do list? How do you […]

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How To Break Bad Habits Once And For All… Right Now
blog.highperformancelifestyle.net

If you ever wondered how to break bad habits this training is for you. Use this simple 5-step system to overcome any negative habits … starting right now!

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Hire your own personal assistant
www.bbc.com

Help for the overworked and overwhelmed has gone virtual — and finally become affordable.

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5 Tricks To Teach Kids How To Avoid Procrastination
www.huffingtonpost.com

Last year, kindergarten brought many firsts for our family. First alarm clock wake-ups. First tardy bells. First “official” attendance policy (we played hooky all the time in preschool). First best friends. And most significantly, first hom…

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New Research Finds You Should Actually Be Taking More Breaks At Work
www.buzzfeed.com

Stepping away for 17 minutes every 52 minutes can improve your productivity.

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The Science of the Perfect To-Do List – Youbeauty.com
www.youbeauty.com

Learn these strategies for making the ultimate to-do list €”and getting through every last task.

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