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The disorganized procrastinator

Your poor time-management/prioritization skills are setting you back. You hate routines because you feel they take away your freedom, but then you never have time to do what you love.

Typical behaviours:

  • When you want to work, you instead waste time preparing the workspace.
  • You do a quick two-minute task and then add other little jobs that fill your day.
  • If you find yourself procrastinating, you will rather finish what you're doing instead of your important work.

Solution: Learn to work smarter with the Pomodoro technique and the Eisenhower's Matrix.

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