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Study Hacks » Blog Archive » Knowledge Workers are Bad at Working (and Here’s What to Do About It…)
"With this in mind, I argue that we need to spend more time engaged in deep work — cognitively demanding activities that leverage our training to generate rare and valuable results, and that push our abilities to continually improve."
work  writing  habit  advice  tips  lifehack  psychology  gtd  productivity  learning 
january 2013 by tsuomela
How to Naturally Reset Your Sleep Cycle in One Night | Wise Bread
Simply stop eating during the 12-16 hour period before you want to be awake. Once you start eating again, your internal clock will be reset as though it is the start of a new day. Your body will consider the time you break your fast as your new "morning."
sleep  tips  lifehack 
march 2012 by tsuomela
Study Hacks » Blog Archive » Monday Master Class: How to Reduce Stress and Get More Done By Building an Autopilot Schedule
I assign every regularly occurring task to a specific day in the week. (Sometimes I even assign the task to a specific time.)
lifehack  time-management  student  life  advice  howto 
april 2008 by tsuomela
Stay on Track with a Treadmill Journal - Lifehack.org
treadmill journal is a single-purpose journal that records: the time and date, how much writing you plan to do that day, what specific thing you plan to work on, how it went, what you plan to work on tomorrow, and when and for how long you’ll work tomor
lifehack  tips  writing  creativity  time-management 
march 2008 by tsuomela
Study Hacks » Blog Archive » The Secret Your Neighborhood Rhodes Scholar Doesn't Want You To Know
How do you take advantage of the law of complementary accomplishments in your own student life? If most of the major items on it required a lot of independent effort, then you are probably wasting time. Consider, instead, focusing on just one thing. Push
education  tips  achievement  expertise  student  lifehack 
february 2008 by tsuomela

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