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For some reason, I’m able to get my work done quicker and more efficiently if I’m on a tight deadline. If I’m writing a blog post, for example, the words seem to flow faster and more easily when I know I only have a couple of hours to turn it in. Entrepreneur Dan Martell calls this a “forcing function” and explains how you can use it to your advantage.
Little ones don’t always understand the concept of time, so getting them on any sort of routine can be difficult. This custom clock, however, can tell your toddler when things are going to happen throughout the day, and help them learn how to read a clock.
Our parents warned us about it, but it’s hard to understand until you experience it first hand: as you get older, time seems to fly. It catches you off guard, probably because it’s such a powerful and bizarre concept. You can’t add more time to the clock, but by understanding how this phenomenon works, you can at least try to make life seem like it’s passing by a little slower.
How often do you catch yourself putting things off until tomorrow? Does “tomorrow” ever really come? In Solving the Procrastination Puzzle, you’ll learn what causes you to procrastinate, how it can negatively affect your life, and some practical ways to fight it off.