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Marie Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and the only woman to win it in two different fields. She coined the term radioactivity, discovered radium (which eventually killed her), and managed to get things done regardless of the fact that the scientific world didn’t always take her seriously. Here’s how she did it.
There are lots of reasons you might want to postpone deadlines or puff up your work so it looks bigger than it may be. Maybe you don’t need the pressure. Maybe your boss constantly underestimates the actual work everything requires. Either way, if you’re willing to play the game, you can take control of your workload and not let it control you.
The to-do list is something we come back to time and again here at Lifehacker. We’ve shown you how to get back to basics to make your to-do list worthwhile, but we keep coming across new tips like sorting your list by emotion to give yourself motivation.