Category Archives: attention

Quote: Just Do Something

Don’t wait until you are able to set aside a huge block of time to complete a project. Any forward movement you make will create a feeling of achievement. Progress equals happiness. – Tony Robbins If you work at your … Continue reading

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Do You Want More Time?

I wish I could give it to you. Unfortunately, there is no way to get more time. There is, however, a way to use your time more effectively, so it feels like you have more time to do things. The … Continue reading

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Three Common Errors That Kill Productivity

Photo by stockimages3 If you want to learn about improving your productivity, you can find loads of information on the Internet, in popular magazines and on television. Some advice is valuable and some is not going to help at all. … Continue reading

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Quote: Start Small

Photo by lkunl While Martin Luther King, Jr. wasn’t referring to clearing clutter, this quote of his remains pertinent: You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step. – Martin Luther King, Jr. You can become overwhelmed … Continue reading

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Reader Question: Why Can’t I Finish Things?

Photo by sualk61 Recently, a reader mentioned that she feels frustrated because she can’t get anything accomplished. She’s always moving between tasks, instead of finishing one thing before starting another.   There are lots of reasons why people don’t finish … Continue reading

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Overcoming Perfectionism-Triggered Procrastination

Victoria Maxwell, a playwright and actor, has created award-winning shows that explore her experiences with bipolar disorder, anxiety, psychosis and recovery. In an articlefor Psychology Today, she writes about the “Vicious Triangle” created by perfectionism, anxiety & depression. Whether or … Continue reading

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Reader Question: Why am I so forgetful?

A reader told me that, like many people, she leaves things out so she doesn’t forget about them or she creates complicated systems for remembering to do things. With everything you have going on, is it any surprise that you forget … Continue reading

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