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Dear LH, The trouble with the internet age is that once you start researching a topic, it’s hard to know when to stop. You can read so many inspiring articles and watch so many thought-provoking videos. The information available is endless. How can I make sure I’m not wasting time during this phase? What rules should I apply?
Little, unpredictable rewards can turn a dreary, dreaded task into something you actually look forward to. “Softwarepreneur” Assaf Lavie writes on his superbly named Super Fun Time Happy Blog how he’s hacked his brain to enjoy washing the dishes — something he used to postpone as much as possible. The secret: Podcasts.