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... is how the brain changes (for better or worse) in response to repeated experience: the things we do often we become stronger at, and what we don't use fades away.
If you noticed fear or anxiety around starting (or not finishing) a particular task, pay attention. These emotions are a great indicator of why you’re procrastinating.
If we repeatedly find ourselves avoiding certain tasks, an underlying problem needs to be addressed.
Once we identify the real cause, we can search for the appropriate plan of action to reclaim our productivity.
Use the 1-3-5 rule when putting together her daily to-do list.On any given day, set nine goals for yourself:
This keeps you from feeling overwhelmed by an endless list, and also helps keep you focused on just those items.
When we put into our daily activities only a fraction of our attention:
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