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7 Ways to Get Things Done When You "Don't Feel Like It"

7 Ways to Get Things Done When You “Don’t Feel Like It”

All of a sudden, you don’t “feel like it” as much as you did before. You still want the results, but you’ve lost the desire to get started with the work.

This is normal, and it happens to everyone. r

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3 Effortless Ways to Get More Done

Do you ever wonder how on some days you seem to get so much accomplished, while on others, you barely get a few things checked off your to-do list? r

The 3 Best Ways To Focus and Improve Productivity

Without focus, your quest to get things done is futile. You may get a few quick tasks out of the way. You may get your work done in tiny little chunks. You may even get through your daily to-do list, but without the ability to focus, you’re doomed to a wandering mind, interruptions, and your subconscious playing games with your priorities. r

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How Get Everything Done Without Sacrificing Your Beauty Sleep or Your Social Life

Not to mention all the everyday things you need to do to keep your Internet bill paid and your friends and family happy. You’ve got a lot on your plate, and trying to balance it all with your big goals and dreams can be overwhelming.

I’ve been where you are, and I’ve found a few techniques to help me manage everything I want out of life, without losing a drop of beauty sleep over it. r

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How to Fight Overwhelm and Get Things Done: Four Simple Steps

Whatever the exact causes, you ended up in a situation where you needed all your powers of concentration – and it was tougher than ever to focus.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed right now, or if you know you might have to face up to overwhelm again in the future, here’s what you can do. r

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How to Stay Productive in Troubled Times

Distressful situations are a fact of life- a human predicament that seems hell-bent on blocking our attempts towards personal nirvana and impairing our ability to function. Though it may be unpleasant to have to stop and collect yourself in response to a personal difficulty, there may be times when you may not even have that “luxury.” r