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Jerry Seinfeld's Productivity Secret

Jerry Seinfeld's Productivity Secret
It stirkes me that this technique is one that most elem. school teachers use. Remember large poster boards on one side of the room with everybodys name down the side, then rows of star stickers for various thing. Things like attendance or homework. Another thought, if you were doing a few different tasks, using mulitple colors. Myself, I'm trying to be a writer, and maybe loose a few pounds. I'd have red for exercise, and orange for writing.

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