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The Top 10 Ways to Quit Wasting Your Day
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February 14, 2011


Sonia Dabboussi

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Hard work is old school. Smart work is where it’s at.  We’ve culled the internet and polled our most productive friends to see how they get it right. Make the shift from hard to smart with the top 10 ways to quit wasting your day.

1. Stop Multitasking

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February 18, 2011


Marfusha

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Very useful, I must say.

One of the things that I have always felt I was wasting too much time on was recess and lunch. Spending a quiet 30 min in the library is very welcome, yet the library opens and closes very erratically, and it is always noisy (libraries are supposed to be quiet places, for god's sake!).

Standing around in the cold/rain/hail/snow/generally bad weather is boring and inconvenient. Often nobody to talk to either.

February 20, 2011


Marfusha

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Very useful, I must say.

One of the things that I have always felt I was wasting too much time on was recess and lunch. Spending a quiet 30 min in the library is very welcome, yet the library opens and closes very erratically, and it is always noisy (libraries are supposed to be quiet places, for god's sake!).

Standing around in the cold/rain/hail/snow/generally bad weather is boring and inconvenient. Often nobody to talk to either.



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