How Do You Keep From Going Nuts?

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How do you sit in front of a computer for extended periods of time, all the while staying focused and productive?

I have to say that this seems like the most difficult thing for me.

Basically, I have never been good at focusing. I had terrible grades in high school (much better in college, thank you adderall) due to the fact that I could never sit long enough and focus on words on a paper. Yes, I know, we all have ADD, but for me it has been a real challenge and I've come along way.

But now I find myself getting very frustrated because when pent up too long and working too hard , I begin to get restless, anxious, etc. At times, normal situations where I am supposed to be having fun, I find myself distracted. I've tried going out and having fun, exercising, etc and find these to be helpful but I think that I need to take some bigger steps to keep a fairly normal life.

So, with all this in mind, how do you stay mentally healthy and productive while spending extended hours in front of a computer screen?
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  • Profile picture of the author ZilvinasJuraska
    It is hard for everyone at first. But I found that the more time you spend the more time you can stay focused.

    One tip that might help: Take a breaks. I make some breaks like walking, listening to music, watching movie and after that when I get back I can continue work
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    • Profile picture of the author SuccessMarketer
      i reckon everyones feel the same way. What I personally do every night before I go to bed is writting a "to do list" for everything in my life and I allocate certain time to my Internet business. Ie: from 4am to 9am Business, where I will give myself a break every 40 minutes. I also braekdown the activities I need to do in the day and the time frame to complete the task. Sometimes, to get me moving I will finish the task -even if not perfect- as action is more important than perfection.

      Then, I will allocate let's say 2 hours dedicated ONLY to improve to what i have done. During the rest of the day I carry on with my life (It's hard though since I can access my emails from my phone!). 10% preparation, 90% action WITHIN a PLANNED time frame. Hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnnyC123
    Put time aside for more important things, I do the following:

    1. Read
    2. Listen to Audiobooks
    3. Have coffee with my GF.
    4. Walk the dog
    5. Row! (Rowing clears my mind intensely)
    6. Concentrate on your day job, if you have one.
    7. Listen to music
    8. Play PC games

    There's a few tips, just focus on other things which allow you to create a new idea or grasp a new concept.., drilling yourself each day won't really allow you to get ahead.

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    Originally Posted by ConquistadorO View Post

    How do you sit in front of a computer for extended periods of time, all the while staying focused and productive?

    I have to say that this seems like the most difficult thing for me.

    Basically, I have never been good at focusing. I had terrible grades in high school (much better in college, thank you adderall) due to the fact that I could never sit long enough and focus on words on a paper. Yes, I know, we all have ADD, but for me it has been a real challenge and I've come along way.

    But now I find myself getting very frustrated because when pent up too long and working too hard , I begin to get restless, anxious, etc. At times, normal situations where I am supposed to be having fun, I find myself distracted. I've tried going out and having fun, exercising, etc and find these to be helpful but I think that I need to take some bigger steps to keep a fairly normal life.

    So, with all this in mind, how do you stay mentally healthy and productive while spending extended hours in front of a computer screen?
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  • Profile picture of the author BloggingPro
    Moderation. If you find yourself feeling restless, wasting time and not working--then simply turn off the monitor.

    If you are working and feeling restless DON'T CLOSE OUT OF ANYTHING ON YOUR SCREEN.

    Just turn off the monitor, take a break. Take a walk, do a house chore, go talk to your family or friends, get out of the house.

    Sometimes I watch a movie. Sometimes I play a quick 30-45 mins of World of Warcraft. Other times I will leave my house entirely. Go for a walk or go visit my Grandparents here in town.

    It's easy to get off the computer when you get into the habit of simply turning the monitor off and doing something else for however long you need. It really does help.
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  • Profile picture of the author AmandaT
    Take lots of breaks. Work for 25 minutes and then take a 5 minute break to get up and move around. I use the Pomodoro technique and it works great!

    Try to mix up where you are working. If you can work outside or in a different location it can give you some variety to help you focus.
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  • Profile picture of the author techservice
    I think the truth here is is that it's not being in front of a computer that’s the problem it's how productive you are being when sat at your PC. If you’re creating a product and fully engaged in the process then you won't mind but if you’re procrastinating and stressing about making money online then you will be affected mentally.

    The key is to take proactive action in what you are trying to achieve.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andrew S
    Do whatever it takes to keep a balance.

    Everyone is different
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  • Profile picture of the author Klemen Znidar
    Yeah you gotta find out what works for you. But I do use natural energy blend called bHIP. It improves my focus and concentration dramatically on hard days. If anyone wants to know more about it feel free to PM.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gimitrix
    To me it is practise make perfect...
    I also struggled to keep my attention on one thing.
    Many times wanting to give up on one thing and go on with the other.

    Best advice from me. Keep on going >>> Practise makes perfect
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  • Profile picture of the author Vogin
    Who's saying you can't go nuts? I just have two modes, I'm nuts when I'm working so that my craziness helps me to focus and I turn that off once I'm done
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  • Profile picture of the author Bruce99
    make effigies of the head of google and do what you will with them, i know just this thought makes me happy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob P
    Focus on one project and one key business task/area at a time.

    My business changed once I started focusing my time on the following key areas: (other people will no doubt think of other business tasks but for me, these four areas are the secret to growth)...

    1. Product development
    2. List management/relationship building
    3. Traffic/lead generation
    4. Admin and system creation

    Within each of those key areas there are obviously a lot of tasks which need completing - within 'list management', for example, we have things like creating squeeze pages/landing pages, crafting email subject lines, communicating with your list regularly, creating free offers/content, creating your main offer etc. etc.

    The real secret is that once you have learned how to do a given task, SYSTEMIZE it by creating a simple, repeatable checklist. This means you no longer have to keep re-inventing the wheel every time you come to do a job - you just follow the checklist. Better still, that checklist can be passed to another person so that you start outsourcing more and more of your tasks.

    Eventually you start to focus more on the admin side of the key areas above so that your time is spent creating more and more systems so that you become less and less important in your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    I pray and meditate. At first meditation didn't come easy. I don't think it does for anyone. But like anything else, practice makes it easier. Meditation quiets all the mental chatter. The goal is to "not think" of anything, quiet the mind completely.

    Most books and courses on meditatation suggest that rather than pay attention to all the "mental noise" running in your head you simply notice your breathing. Just pay attention to the breath coming in and the breath going out.

    Don't create mental comments on it, just notice it. Do this for two or three minutes a day at first. If the pattern gets inturrupted with mind chatter, start over. In time you'll get good at it and you'll find your ability to concentrate increasing as you go. I've met people who have done this who were able to completely go off of blood pressure meds and antidepressants within a couple of months.

    I also like to thank God for all the blessings in my life. Works for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author jumpjumper
    It gets hard if you sit in front of a computer for long periods of time. But you have to get used to it since if you want to make money in this business.
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  • Profile picture of the author RAGolko
    Keep a window at least partially opened. Negative ozones have to be replaced with positive ones or you'll get drowsy. I do'nt advise lots of breaks because you'll lose concentration and have to get your mind back into it when you return. Do take occassional breaks and get some exercise like using a cross-trainer or some type of bike simulator or treadmill, or if you can go outisde, a regular 20 minute walk per day.
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  • Profile picture of the author LetsGoViral
    If you have trouble with this, try working a full time job which requires you to sit in front of computer and do specific tasks for 8 hours straight.

    Then you'll know
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    • Profile picture of the author busygal21
      Perhaps you are restless because you are not happy with the results you are getting. I know that to be true for me. So, I decided to step back and take a look at my business model and re-evaluate. I'm in the process of putting together a new model, creating a system, and then can get back down to business. I have just finished up a couple of courses, and now plan to put those ideas together. I'm creating a mind map for processing my steps to keep orgainized. One of the other things, is once I get going again, which will be tomorrow, I plan to spend only a certain amount of time on education. I have a tendency to jump from course to course, theory and concepts, and that creates "skatter". Focus in on one and only one technique, get a process or system down, and then you'll see light at the end of the tunnel. I hope this helps. My best to you.

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      • Profile picture of the author x3xsolxdierx3x
        Not that money is everything, however, seeing money come in does definitely promote a degree of focus and drive to get even more accomplished. Unfortunately, I think the most difficult part for some is simply getting the ball rolling: that initial momentum....that's why figuring out how to earn that first $1 is so critical to success.

        I remember it was very frustrating, when I first began, just trying to earn that first $1. If you can build the momentum, though, I do think that focus becomes easier and easier.
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          Once I have that in front of me, I know what I need to do. So I do it. Then I start on chores, alternating between small tasks and working on the computer. I think about what else I might do for my sites and what blog posts I'll write today while I'm scooping litterboxes, taking out the trash, doing laundry...

          You can be productive even when you're not in front of the computer. You might try it.

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    • Profile picture of the author ConquistadorO
      Originally Posted by LetsGoViral View Post

      If you have trouble with this, try working a full time job which requires you to sit in front of computer and do specific tasks for 8 hours straight.

      Then you'll know
      Haha I always thought I would enjoy that. But after experiencing this, I know that I would prefer many other occupations.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rose Anderson
    If you have a laptop, try working at the library sometimes. It helps to have a change of surroundings. Plus, you have new research material readily available
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  • Profile picture of the author BobRenwick
    If you're not focusing you can't be productive. Don't obsess. Take a step back. Here's a great little book I came across: "Getting Things Done" (Subtitle: "The Art of Stress Free Productivity"), by David Allan. You should be able to get it at Amazon. It actually lays out principles of productivity that were very helpful to me personally.
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  • Profile picture of the author WebPen
    Taking breaks is always good.

    As one poster said, it's amazing how much a little exercise clears out the brain....

    OR helps you think of great new ideas!
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    • Profile picture of the author King Louie
      Just go out and get away from that PC for a few hours.
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      • Profile picture of the author Helena33
        When I feel myself getting tired, I get up and take a break which helps rest my eyes and refresh my mind and I come back ready to work better. Speaking of breaks, I think I'll need one right about now.
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  • Profile picture of the author ENJ Media
    I actually enjoy what I do, so time flies when I'm online. Other than that, just get outside and get some fresh air.
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  • Profile picture of the author jgchess
    I can understand that it is very difficult to focus and get distracted easily. One of the main reasons for that is that there is so much information out there you can go from reading up on one thing starting to learn it and then something else comes along that you want to learn. This constent input of info before you makes anyone not able to focus. One thing that made me focus is that I purchased a product to learn more about. By making a purchase that gave me motivation to learn that one thing and stick to it and not be distracted by outside influences. Its the same psychology that psychiatrists use. If you didn't pay alot for their service you would not use it and disregard it easily. Paying money and then earning money will be your motivation to focus.
    Good Luck
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  • Profile picture of the author Goldenboy
    I would have to agree with you that spending too much time in front of a computer will certainly drive you nuts, especially when times that internet connection goes slow and your software wouldn't cooperate. It's just like that you wanted to scream and throw your CPU out of the window,lol.
    But in my case, every time I feel that I am starting get piss and nuts of working in front of my computer, I always give myself a break like having a short walk or take some time for a snack; or even ran some errands to a store, then if my mind is refreshed, it's time to resume for work. And also, in between writing and working online, I would check my social networking account for some time for a chat with friends and sometimes spends some time playing video games to release the stress and tension doing work.
    Don't let that feeling of going nuts continue especially when you work online, it might results to a not so-good quality of your work.
    One last thing before I forget, one of the most effective stress reliever practices is meditation, that is give some time of yourself for a quiet and solemn time.

    Keep up the positive outlook in life.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vortex Creator
    Segment intending is VERY powerful. Some of the gurus who earn millions every year have learned to do it effectively/efficiently. They go to their computer in the morning and work for 2 hours on just one thing that they want to focus on (most of the time it's the thing that brings them the most money. Like getting traffic to the website they wanna have sales in.) and then take a break...when you feel that your body needs a rest - give it to the body so that your mind can open up again. Go outside to receive creative ideas easier. And when you have a creative idea that feels like "MAN, I wanna DO this!" you can get back on task (I don't believe any of you have your action plan all planned out for the year it's something that works through inspiration for me) because whenever you go to your computer with the attitude "let's see..." you'll drift off into the never-ending internet universe. But when your focus is clear and you know EXACTLY what you want you'll get it every single time and no drifting off. It's crazy as hell for your self-discipline but soooo worth it.

    It just gets easier and easier the more you do it. "Know what you want. Do it. Rinse and repeat."
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    • Profile picture of the author ConquistadorO
      Originally Posted by Phill_cH View Post

      Segment intending is VERY powerful. Some of the gurus who earn millions every year have learned to do it effectively/efficiently. They go to their computer in the morning and work for 2 hours on just one thing that they want to focus on (most of the time it's the thing that brings them the most money. Like getting traffic to the website they wanna have sales in.) and then take a break...when you feel that your body needs a rest - give it to the body so that your mind can open up again.

      It just gets easier and easier the more you do it. "Know what you want. Do it. Rinse and repeat."
      Some of my most effective work times have come from a random burst of motivation that in turn caused me to focus on just a single thing. This sounds a lot like those few episodes.

      Very helpful and poignant, thank you.
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      • Profile picture of the author danlew
        Don't always work from home, if you can take your laptop and go and work from a cafe, at least there is music and people to look at and doesn't feel so boring and put you under pressure.
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  • Profile picture of the author magnates
    Originally Posted by ConquistadorO View Post

    How do you sit in front of a computer for extended periods of time, all the while staying focused and productive?

    I have to say that this seems like the most difficult thing for me.

    Basically, I have never been good at focusing. I had terrible grades in high school (much better in college, thank you adderall) due to the fact that I could never sit long enough and focus on words on a paper. Yes, I know, we all have ADD, but for me it has been a real challenge and I've come along way.

    But now I find myself getting very frustrated because when pent up too long and working too hard , I begin to get restless, anxious, etc. At times, normal situations where I am supposed to be having fun, I find myself distracted. I've tried going out and having fun, exercising, etc and find these to be helpful but I think that I need to take some bigger steps to keep a fairly normal life.

    So, with all this in mind, how do you stay mentally healthy and productive while spending extended hours in front of a computer screen?
    It is very easy to look busy and get the wrong times done like checking your email, looking at the wrong website and leave the work that would make you money as the last thing you would do . here's what i would do get my way around this

    I set a timer An online time and switch one all distractions .

    I work on the task at hand until it is complete and

    after every one hour or two , i take a short 15 minutes break , move raound of do something else temporary
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    • Profile picture of the author ConquistadorO
      Originally Posted by magnates View Post

      It is very easy to look busy and get the wrong times done like checking your email, looking at the wrong website and leave the work that would make you money as the last thing you would do.
      A very accurate way of describing my (and probably most other newbie's) issues at the computer.

      Sitting in front of the computer does not equal working.
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  • Profile picture of the author etsuko23
    relaxation is the key here for me. I used to feel the same way. but now i take regular breaks and do stuff that I enjoy a lot, like reading novels, shopping, enjoying coffee with my bf etc..
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  • Profile picture of the author vryannn
    As for me, I often take breaks when I feel bored or tired. Usually on these breaks I am actually end up thinking of what I am doing and its actually good for me because I come with new ideas and strategies. The breaks help me not feel overwhelm and I actually become alot more productive.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Johnson
    Take regular breaks even if you're not tired.....eat some healthy snacks etc.... fruits, veggies.....stretch for a little bit and maybe look at your to do list or vision board if you have one
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  • Profile picture of the author MIRENGE
    It has happened to me several time sometimes i even feel like giving up,but every time i take a break from the hard work i always come back with great strength and will.
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    • Profile picture of the author grisbyenterprise
      What I like doing is the night before I will sit down and plan out what needs to get done the next day. I have a big white board and I list things from the most important to the least important. The next day i will sit for 50 minutes at a time. Why 50 minutes? It takes me back to my college days. You can accomplish alot in 50 minutes. After the 50 minute session I will take a 10 minute break. No more no less. If you take more you will loose your motivation.

      Another tip is try keeping television, radio, and even telephones out of reach during your "work time" These cause to much distraction.

      One final tip, never work in a bedroom or a room with a couch. Trust me its to tempting to lay down and take a five minute nap. Five minutes usually turns into sleeping the day or evening away.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ken Durham
    I'm partial to my naps.... but I'm old that way

    Perhaps start looking at outsourcing the things you do not like to do.
    I can program for 18 hours straight on a big project. It's those tedious little tasks that I hate and have a problem keeping focused on.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lucas Adamski
    I use 60/60/30 rule, so Its 50 minutes work, 10 minutes rest 50 work 10 rest, 30 work ... and repeat. Works like a charm!
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    • Profile picture of the author ohio1975
      i make myself comfortable, pillow on chair seat, pillow on my foot rest. i listen to music that is soothing while i am reading and doing work. (sometimes i turn off the music if i have to really focus). of course taking breaks helps as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author ConquistadorO
      Originally Posted by Lucas Adamski View Post

      I use 60/60/30 rule, so Its 50 minutes work, 10 minutes rest 50 work 10 rest, 30 work ... and repeat. Works like a charm!
      Yeah I have started doing that on advice of a friend.....pretty damn helpful.
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  • Profile picture of the author JingQuimPo
    Nice music(not Metal Hard Core ones), a breath of fresh air and just being with my family will make the day just right. And a cup of coffee please.

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  • Profile picture of the author Bill Lassiter
    [QUOTE=ConquistadorO;4230136]How do you sit in front of a computer for extended periods of time, all the while staying focused and productive?

    Great question. I've worked in the IT field for years so I'm used to sitting at the PC for long hours. But I think balance is important when working for yourself...setting a certain amount of hours per day and during work taking breaks. When I first started I would sit 3,4 or more hours until I was exhausted and that was self defeating.
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  • Profile picture of the author Wilding
    - Do the 3 most productive tasks first thing in the morning.
    - Don't work at home.
    - Socialise a lot.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Steve
    Listen to some inspiring music, such as Eye of the Tiger and stuff. Always works for me!
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  • Profile picture of the author scot184
    You've got to find that balance where you don't so hard that you become counteractive. People tend to think more hours = more production = more money. Work smarter and you can get away with a lot "less" while earning a lot more.
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  • Profile picture of the author ConquistadorO
    Originally Posted by Hulbert Lee View Post

    What about you though? Do you eat healthy? Do you get enough quality sleep per day? Do you ever multitask? These are all things that can distract you and make you feel restless, anxious, frustrated, and stressed out.
    Yeah I'm actually a very healthy eater, get plenty of exercise, sleep pretty well.

    As for the multi-tasking, yeah, I believe that has to be the biggest cause of anxiety and stress.

    I often find myself pulled in a thousand different directions by the simple pressing of my computer's 'on' button. There are emails, facebook, twitter, google analytics, warrior forum, my blog comments, and so on.

    I'm working on making this more simple and less distracting.
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  • Profile picture of the author paigelee
    Take a break and relax for a while.. when i take a break i do facebooking and twittering it helps me release stress from work..
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    Once you understand what you are doing, you can begin to slowly outsource your workload. Once you are able to do that effectively, then you wont have to spend as much time in front of the computer.
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    In today's world staying alert for long hours causes the body to generate some free radicals. Free radicals attack other cells in the body to get extra electrons. This results in stress, there are ways to deal with stress one of them is exercise. Another effective remedy is using the miracle tree to give you free electrons. Read more on my blog in a week on the benefits of the miracle tree.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joshua526

    When I'm on the verge, I go out and eat. I also limit my time on the internet for 2 hours daily so that my tasks are clearly set and clearly finished.

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  • Profile picture of the author storge
    Physical Exercise is great antidote for me to help me greatly to relax
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  • Profile picture of the author Adam J Wagner
    I struggle with the exact same problem, it takes me forever to get things done. A few years ago I started setting goals for myself everyday. I take my daily goals very seriously, once it written down I will do whatever it takes to get them done. You should give it a try, it worked very well for me!
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