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Haim Pekel wrote this on February 20, 2013 / 4 comments
This is a guest blog post by Timo Kiander, a.k.a. Productive Superdad.
Just recently I went to the dentist to get my tooth fixed. It had a hole and therefore it had to be drilled. Although I didn’t like the idea of drilling at all, I knew that the sooner…
Haim Pekel wrote this on December 20, 2012 / no comments
Complaining gets you nowhere…
Remember, your time needs a pilot and you need to learn how to fly!
Haim Pekel wrote this on December 17, 2012 / 9 comments
At the core of human desire, there’s the need for “more”. Getting more done, experiencing as much as we can, and looking for the next big thing constantly. It pushes us. It fills our lives with the Dopamine induced euphoric feeling of impending success.
However, while we have plenty of…
Haim Pekel wrote this on July 16, 2012 / 2 comments
You probably encountered this several times in the past, people talking about their tasks as something that saps their energy and leaves them powerless. Most of us treat our tasks with discontent; like they’re stealing from us what little time we have. Being productive and completing tasks on time is…
Eytan wrote this on November 11, 2011 / 3 comments
The Pomodoro Technique is an excellent time management method created by Francesco Cirillo to help improve his study habits. His method can be applied to nearly any task that needs completion and many people are already using IQTELL to track their progress.
It’s easy to get started with the Pomodoro…