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7 Tips On How To Overcome Procrastination Everyday

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Are you finding out that you need to learn how to overcome procrastination? Procrastination is as bad as it sounds. Do you always put off what you have to do until the last minute, panic right before the deadline, or put yourself in an emotional rollercoaster almost every week? The causes for this kind of behaviour are many and they can be very private. They can range from fear of failure to simple laziness. The good news is that you can overcome this behavior if you decide to. It might feel hard in the beginning but you can succeed if you really work on it. You just need to decide that those days of procrastination are over and that you are going to take a week […]

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How to Set Personal SMART Goals To Succeed

You might have already heard about personal SMART goals. This mnemonic acronym stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-sensitive (with some variations being used), and is considered to be based on Peter Drucker’s management by objectives. Drucker defended that a company can only achieve its goals if their objectives are clear and possible to be monitored. Despite the fact that this method has been first published in 1981 by George T. Doran, many companies have yet to come to understand how to put it into practice. But it isn’t only companies which can improve themselves with it. SMART can also be used to set personal goals in a way that will keep us motivated and able to find out how much time, money and […]

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How to Learn Anything Online for Free

The first thing most people worry about when they want to learn something is money. They think of buying books or enrolling in paid courses. The problem is these books and courses can be expensive. Some of them may be affordable, but perhaps you need the extra cash for something else. The good news is, in most cases, learning anything doesn’t have to cost you a cent. All you have to do is use Google, right? Yes, but Google is only a gateway to tons of learning resources online. You also need to know how to look for the information you need. Here are some tips to help you find free learning resources. But first you need to … Know What You Need to Learn First […]

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How to Play Classic MS Doc Games on Mac?

After entering into our twenties or thirties. we feel like we are not playing MS Doc games on our computers or phones, which were one of our favorite’s during our childhoods. Most of us are using MacBook, Mac Pro and Mac Air, but still most internet surfers don’t know how to play their favorite MS doc games on our Mac Machines. So, I am here with perfect tutorial which will help you play your favorite games on your favorite machines. Can anyone list a few games which were our favorite during childhood ? Yeah you are right, GTA, Crazy Cars, Prince of Persia, and lot more. How to Play MS Dos Games on Macbook, Mac Pro, Mac Air : So, here we go with actual […]

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How to Make Mushroom Bread

You have the pasta sauce bubbling away; onions, peppers and mushrooms are all simmering in a rich, tangy meat sauce. You only need to put the pasta on to boil and dinner will be within your grasp, but wait0151 what about the bread? You forgot the bread? How are you going to sop up that last bit of tomato-ey meat sauce without a piece of bread to drag through it? Never fear, we have the answer. This is a simple, quick solution to the “what about the bread?” dilemma, taking help from the good old standby, Pillsbury Crescent Rolls. You could also do the same thing with any other breads—canned or fresh. Just adjust the baking time for whatever product you are using. If you […]

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5 Ways To Deal With People Who Put You Down In Hard Times

You have an ambition. You’ve pursued it for some time. You even feel like you’re steadily progressing. So you share your accomplishments with your friends and family, and you’re shocked by their responses. “Why are you doing this?” they say, casting doubt. They make you insecure about your choice.  “I don’t think you can do it,” they claim. They crush your confidence. “What will you do afterward?” they question. They think you’re wasting your time. You don’t understand. They’re supposed to be the closest people to you. Shouldn’t your loved ones care if you’re happy? Don’t they want to see your life improve and your dreams come true? When Everyone Tries to Smash Your Dream To Pieces People point fingers at you when you fail. […]

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How To Take Screenshot On Mac And iOS

How to take a screenshot on a Mac and an iPhone Many times we feel the need to send and share screenshots from our iPhone and Mac computers. We often want to save a screenshot of a game, a bug or sometimes conversations to send them later. Here is a how-to guide to get you familiar with taking a screenshot. Taking screenshots on iPhone Saving a screenshot on an iPhone is very easy and handy, too. 1. Arrange everything the way you want to be in the screenshot image. 2. Gently press the sleep/wake button and then hit the home button on your iPhone. 3. Be sure not to hold the sleep/wake button for so long that the power off slider appears, and also take […]

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Synchronize Your Email Manually (The Productivity Gem nobody talks about)

Poor email usage is without a doubt the #1 time killer for white-collar workers. If you get this right you’ll be ahead of 50-90% of the other people dependent on your industry and level of seniority. To better emphasize the issue, consider this study: In 2005, King’s College performed an experimental IQ test between 3 groups. Group A performed the test with no distractions. Group B did the test, but were distracted by email and phone calls. Group C did the test and smoked weed. Guess what? The group of stoners outperformed the email group by 6 points. The #1 hack I have found that no one talks about: synchronizing email manually This is a big claim and I’ll back it up right here. Not […]

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How to Prepare for Retirement Emotionally

“It is not uncommon for people to spend their whole life waiting to start living.” – Eckhart Tolle Happiness and quality of life are something that many, if not all of us, strive for. One thing that I have noticed through my work with people in retirement is that the pull toward both of these aspects becomes even stronger when the days are no longer filled with work obligations. I have witnessed many people entering retirement who have no idea what makes them happy, and it makes me wonder why we aren’t very good at figuring that out. After all, you would think that happiness would be something that we constantly work toward and get better at over time. I’ve seen many people struggle with […]

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Amazing things you can do with your Nook e-reader

The incredible Nook e-reader; a handy size device you can carry with you anytime, anywhere, comfortably. It was always intended to read books, but brilliant users soon turned it into something more. They used a method called “rooting” to allow multiple apps to run. When your Nook has been modified properly the possibilities, are numerous. Consequently reading books has become just one of the many uses for this light, practical, useful, and convenient gadget. The following are some interesting things you can do with your Nook e-reader. 1) Evernote Do you rely on the excellent Evernote tool for organizing your day’s activities? You will now be able to create, check, update and change your plans, activities, arrangements, and all of your business using this amazing […]

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