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Posted by dokidok on February 19, 2008

Photo courtesy of mtyto1. When you feel totally exhausted doing push ups, do one more.

2. When you feel tired of studying, remember one more fact or read one more page.

3. By doing one more you increase your productivity with 1 more every day, and with 365 every year. Isn’t that amazing! There will be days, when you will do 2-3 more reps of the exercise, or you will read 5-6 more pages. That means that by the end of the year, you will be close to 1000 times more things done in any particular task.


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Posted by dokidok on February 8, 2008

1. Trick your brain and body. Try to convince them, that the exam is going to be sooner, than the real date. For example, if you have 5 months to prepare, think that you have only 1 month. It works.

2. Learn one more fact, only one more, but every day. Even after your studying for the day is done, try to read a little bit more before dinner, before you go to bed, before you brush you teeth. Few sentences aren’t going to interrupt significantly your rest. In a long run that will help you a lot. Just think about it. One new fact every day, and for three months you will know a hundred more, compare to the day when you started. 

3. Don’t loose your focus. Learn how to Trick your brain and body. That will help you a lot. Also, lower your Internet use, blogging, phone calls and try to keep your mind clear of stress and negative thoughts.

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Posted by dokidok on January 24, 2008

After you start doing it, for better results:

1. Push yourself. If you can do 10 push-ups, try to do 20. On the next day do 30 and so on. Push-ups are just an example. You can do it with any task.

2. Keep the pace. If you catch yourself slowing down, get 10 minutes rest. Think about what you are doing, and start again until you finish your plan for the day.

3. Don’t let your day end without achieving at least 85% of your plan. That’s why you have to push yourself and keep the most productive speed during the whole time.

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