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How To Use Time Blocking For Productivity

Do you ever find yourself bouncing between tasks?  Then by the end of the day, you have several things started but very little finished? 

It can be a form of procrastination and definitely one of unfocused working.  We jump from task to task, not finishing the first before bounding onto the next.

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Not Everyone Will Be Interested In Your Novel

Do you love every book you’ve ever read?  My guess is, not. 

You may, like me, not even love every book by your favourite author!  And that’s okay (no matter how guilty I sometimes feel about that). 

It’s important to remember that you don’t love every book, that not every story you read will draw you in, not every main character’s journey will affect you deeply.  And the same can be said for your story 

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Why Perfectionism Could Be Stifling You

Do you consider yourself a perfectionist?  Do you constantly strive to do better, be better? 

Perfection is as elusive as quicksilver.  It is the unicorn people desperately search for, claiming to see glimpses of it.  Just need that little more time, more patience and finally, we’ll see it, we’ll reach it. 

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How To Get Crazy Organised with Trello

Being organised isn’t something you are automatically born with.  Sure, some people seem to have a propensity for it but mostly, it’s a learned skill.

That means you can get better at being organised.  It involves putting systems in place and the discipline to actually USE them.  That second part is where a lot of people fall down.

What My Top 5 Focus Tasks Are

Last year, I wrote a post that discussed the merits of picking your Top 5 Tasks/Projects to focus on.

We are easily distracted by Shiny Object Syndrome that has us flitting from one thing to another and actually gaining enough focus to truly commit to a project or task can be hard.

The premise of the 5 Focus Tasks is that these are the ones you truly commit to and you DO NOT take on any other tasks until these are completed.

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