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[RED DEMOCRATICA] How to fend off procrastination when working from home


How to fend off procrastination when working from home | Are you ever going to act, or are you just going to talk? | Avoid oversharing at work
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March 4, 2015
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How to fend off procrastination when working from home
To overcome procrastination on an unpleasant task, set a timer for about 20 minutes and then focus solely on the task for the allotted time. "[It's] simpler to avoid distraction and hop from one task to another if you know you just have twenty minutes to achieve the present project," writes Murray Newlands. Inc. online (free registration) (3/3)
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Are you ever going to act, or are you just going to talk?
Leaders should be careful not to use talk as a smoke screen for their inaction, writes Dan Rockwell. Start by defining your target, then make small experiments, bringing in others along the way. "Talking about what you plan to do is good. Talking about what you are doing is better," Rockwell writes. Leadership Freak blog (2/27)
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Avoid oversharing at work
Don't tell your co-workers when you think someone is incompetent or that you're angling for a new job or a promotion, Travis Bradberry writes. Also, avoid talking about politics and religion, he writes. Forbes (3/3)
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Building Workplace Trust 2015
Interaction Associates' 6th annual research study tracking trust on the job, Building Workplace Trust, is out, and more than half of employees surveyed give their organizations low marks for trust and leadership. Yet this year's findings again point to how high trust leads to better outcomes and financial results — and even boosts innovation.

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How SDN Makes Campus Networks Better
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Why you should send a follow-up voice mail after interviews
A study from the University of Chicago indicates that following up with interviewers over the phone is more effective than sending follow-up e-mails. "If you want to seem sincere and smart, tell them, don't write it," says Nicholas Epley, a professor at the University of Chicago. Fortune (3/3)
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