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3. Break Down Large Tasks Into Smaller Steps

3. Break Down Large Tasks Into Smaller Steps

  • Break down tasks into increments of less than 2 hours. This keeps the work from seeming overwhelming.
  • Set a timer and focus on one task for the duration of the timer. Then take a short break before moving on to the next task.

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