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Solve productivity guilt

Step back and evaluate the day-to-day tasks which are the most important to you. 

  • If you’re feeling guilty about putting off an unimportant task, then cut that task out or outsource it to someone else. 
  • If you’re feeling guilty about putting off a really important task, then maybe you should do that task right now.

Most importantly, don’t let your most important tasks become a chore.

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