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Stay Flexible in Your Habit Changes to Make them Stick
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If you’re trying to change a habit, the first time you break the chain you may feel as if you’ve failed. Stay flexible to get back and keep the habit going.

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Worksnaps Helpdesk : Support
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For more details on possible site issues and scheduled service interruptions, please refer to our Worksnaps Service Status page. http://worksnaps.freshdesk.com/support/home

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10 Time Management Mistakes Most People Fall Into
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Discover the 10 time management mistakes most people never realize are holding them back.

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11 Pieces of Early Bird Advice to Stop Snoozing Every Morning
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Each morning, everyone has to make the ultimate decision: do I or do I not get out of bed right now? Stop snoozing in the morning with these 11 tips.

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10 THINGS THAT STEAL YOUR ENERGY, PRODUCTIVITY AND FOCUS
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What things can steal our energy, productivity and focus? Do you wake up in the morning, fired up with enthusiasm and energy and then, find yourself going to

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How to Build a New Habit: This is Your Strategy Guide
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Read this strategy guide right now and learn how to build new habits that actually stick.

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App of the Week: Don’t Break The Chain- Track Your Daily Commitments
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Don’t Break The Chain! is a free app that centers around the idea that daily commitments build lifelong habits.

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Turning Wishes into Goals in 3 Easy Steps
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See how easy it is to turn your wishes into goals. Today’s dream is tomorrow’s reality and there are no limitations on those dreams!

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How Note-Taking Helps You Learn and Organize
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Discover the how’s and why’s of note-taking and learning according to science in this infographic by Course Hero.

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Free Sleep Sounds Plays Soothing Sounds to Help You Relax or Doze Off
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iOS: If you could use a little help relaxing or falling asleep, Free Sleep Sounds for iPhone offers a library of nature and other soothing sounds to help you relax after a long day, de-stress during a break, or fall asleep at night. You get long, real recordings too, not short loops, and a sleep […]

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Notes for Gmail Gives You a Scratchpad for Emails and Threads
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Chrome: Notes for Gmail is a Chrome extension that lets you add a note to a message as a reminder for the next time you look at it, or add a digest of everything important from a whole email thread. Think of it as post-it notes for your email.

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Want to build your digital productivity system? Start with these three apps: Evernote, Dropbox and Nozbe (duh!)
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Very often I get emails asking for productivity advice and a question that keeps on showing up is this: Which apps should I install first to start building my productivity system? Where should I start?

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Video: For Habits, the Strategy of First Steps.
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I’m doing a video series in which I discuss the various strategies that we can use for habit-formation. Habits are the invisible architecture of everyday l

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3 Quick Tips to Beat Procrastination
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Getting yourself to take action is the most powerful way to accomplish your goals and shape your life. Use these 3 quick tips to stop procrastination today!

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Jibo: Does Your Home Need a Robot to Be Productive? – Productivity @ Home
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Making the rounds today is news of Jibo, the “World’s First Family Robot”. Available for preorder at the introductory price of $499, Jibo is capable of acting as: Assistant Photographer Storyteller Messenger Avatar Companion It’s that last title that has me a bit creeped out. According to the Jibo website, the robot will offer: Physical […]

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Do You Love Manifestos as Much as I Do? Here’s My Habits Manifesto.
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Every Wednesday is List Day, or Tip Day, or Quiz Day. This Wednesday: My Manifesto for Habits, plus an assortment of other manifestos. Writing a personal

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Surfing the Web at Work Boosts Productivity
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Read this now, be more productive later.

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A Step-by-Step System to Higher Productivity
www.productivityist.com

One of the biggest obstacles for me feeling and being productive is knowing what to actually work on each and every day. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve looked at the clock and it was already 5pm and I had no idea if actually got anything done. That feeling stresses me out which […]

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Planning Is Overrated. You Should Do This Instead.
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Planning for perfection can be the biggest hindrance to getting RESULTS. Here are 5 steps to getting the results you want.

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The Daily Routines of Creative People
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Compare your schedule to these famous creatives’ daily routines in this interactive infographic from Podio.

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When Someone Tells You Are Too “Busy” … It’s Not A Reflection Of Their Schedule
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Priorities: When someone tells you are too “busy” … It’s not a reflection of their schedule; It’s a reflection of your spot on their schedule. – Dr. Steve Maraboli

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Betchyu Helps You Reach Goals by Asking Friends to Bet Against You
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iOS: Most apps that use social support to help you reach your goals encourage your friends to bet on your success. Betchyu on the other hand asks your friends to bet against you, and encourages you to prove them wrong. It’s a little sadistic, but if you’re competitive, it could work.

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Do You Procrastinate About Going to Sleep?
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As if we don’t procrastinate enough when it comes to work and chores, a recent study has uncovered yet another way we procrastinate, “sleep procrastination.” Do you tend to stay up later than you should or plan to?

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Tim Ferris’ Email Auto-Responses Can Help You Manage Your Inbox
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We all rely on email, we all know it can get overwhelming. To get back in control, Tim Ferris suggests setting up auto-responses that make it clear you only check your emails at certain times of day. He even offers his own for you to try out yourself.

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Take Five Minutes at the End of Your Day for a Gadget-Free Review
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For many of us, the workday doesn’t feel like it ever ends because of our connected devices. At the end of the day, give yourself at least five gadget-free–distraction free–minutes to mentally review your day.

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Always Looking Busy Isn’t Necessarily a Good Thing
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Generally, when you look busy, it’s a good thing because you’re probably busy doing your work. However, consistently looking busy could make you look overburdened or incapable.

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