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Schedule 'Procrastination Time'

Schedule non-working time into your day so that you allow time for cleaning your desk, taking a walk or whatever else it is that keeps you from your work. 

Having this time blocked in your calendar may eliminate the guilt associated with procrastination. A refreshed mind is a productive mind.

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