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    janecommunity
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    What is a productivity hack that amplifies your life?
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    janecommunity, post: 271279, member: 119472 wrote:
    What is a productivity hack that amplifies your life?
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    My productivity hack is to ignore questions on forums that come from a first time poster, with no context to the question, what it’s going to be used for or any other details. Oh damn i just did give a productivity hack. my bad.

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    australiafreelancemarket
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    To repeat affirmations, read an article or a few pages or paragraphs in a book, breathing exercises, to learn something new to improve one percent per day.

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    adrewthornton222
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    Creating a list of things to do with time stamps. Trust me, it works. I’m a big procrastinator so setting my own schedule or having someone else do it for me can be a great productivity boost.

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    adrewthornton222, post: 271714, member: 120426 wrote:
    Creating a list of things to do with time stamps. Trust me, it works. I’m a big procrastinator so setting my own schedule or having someone else do it for me can be a great productivity boost.

    Like the idea of time stamps – holds you accountable.

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    brookeantoinette72
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    I always create lists so as not to waste energy – so I always know what I really need and will not waste time on unnecessary thoughts
    I use several applications to control time and increase my productivity both at work (Employee Monitoring) and at home (Rescue Time)
    I always do everything to music (the main thing is without words, otherwise I start to sing along and get lost even more) – this is how I get the mood and the desire to do something

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    SarahKay
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    My productivity efforts are mostly targeted towards working hours. Working from home can have me feeling very unproductive and demotivated to do work on some days (most days now). I usually try time management techniques like the Pomodoro method to force myself to do nothing but work for 20-40 minutes at a time before allowing myself to be distracted by other things. It also helps to have a ‘conducive’ work environment where you set your desk/work area up and keep it free of distractions.

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    morganacollin
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    I create a list of to-do’s with respective priorities the night before or before ending my shift. Been doing it for years and has been a productivity hack for me.

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    LukeChester
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    I’ve started to be more careful with the information I get during my day. I always thought that information overload is a modern issue, but I was shocked to know that it was also a problem during the Renaissance and Industrial Revolution (the source is here). Thus, I got that I really need to do something with it, or it makes me exhausted. I limit my screen time and try to learn just those things I really need.

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