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Irresistibly simple time-tracking service for freelancers and businesses.
Irresistibly simple time-tracking service for freelancers and businesses.

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Timeman Team wishes you 8670 happy hours in 2015!
#xmas #newyear #ny2015
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Have a fabulous weekend and take care ;)
#workaholics #productivity #work
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5 #Productivity Tips For Procrastinators (by Forbes)

1. Name it

Firstly, notice that you are #procrastinating and acknowledge this. Try and do so without judging yourself and without getting stressed about not having enough time. After you acknowledged it you can move onto the next step – doing something about it.

2. Look at where your #time goes

We all use different props to fill our time when we’re procrastinating. Start to identify what these are for you. It can be all too easy to click on a social media icon when a task is too boring, difficult, or uncomfortable to do. Does this happen for you? Start to note down exactly where your time goes.

3. Make time your best friend

Rather than being foxed repeatedly by time, make friends with it instead. Start to become aware of exactly how long each task takes, rather than making a wild guess. To do this, look frequently at a watch or clock, and learn what really takes you 15 minutes, what takes 30 minutes, and what takes an hour. Check in with time regularly, and really notice how each day passes for you.

4. Improve your estimates

When procrastinators estimate how long a task will take, they tend to estimate without factoring in any time for procrastination. They then get disappointed or discouraged at best, and miss deadlines or give up at worst, because everything is taking longer than it ‘should’. If you know you procrastinate, factor that in to your estimation, so you’re not always ‘behind’ time. 

5. Too easy …

We tend to procrastinate most when the task we’re facing is at either end of the spectrum – either too easy or too difficult. If it’s too easy, we get quickly bored, have little motivation, and there is little to hold our attention. The trick here is to use frequent mini-rewards to keep going from one small spell of time to the next (such as every 30 minutes). These can be simple things such as food or drinks, or breaking off for a short (five minute) walk or conversation.
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Precisely! The secret is effective #timemanagement  
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If this question comes to your mind too often, your #TimeManagement sucks :) Dedicated to #Workaholics 
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This approach to #life  is so damn right to be taken!
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Have a productive Saturday! #Motivation  for today:
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While our site is in progress, we have an amazing offer for you! Simply enter your email on timeman.org   #timeman #timetracking #promo
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