How To Make The Most Out Of Your Time And Your Life
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“Few things are sadder than encountering a person who knows exactly what he should do, yet cannot muster enough energy to do it.”
It happens only when:
While endless scrolling on your phone is a symptom of the problem, it is not the root cause of why you find it hard to focus.
To learn how to focus, you must adopt new skills as well as understand the most common causes of distraction.
By selecting parts of your day for specific tasks you are more likely to use your time the way you intended.
The best time management technique is deciding what you want to do and when you want to do it.
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