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  1. Jun 2022
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    1. Calculate Your Biological Prime Time  During the day, your energy fluctuates. This fluctuation is impacted by what you eat and when, how much caffeine or sugar you consume, how tired you are, how hard you work, what type of work you’re doing, how much you’re using your physical body, and a whole lot more. Sam Carpenter, in his book Work the System, coined the phrase “biological prime time.” He suggests charting our energy during the day for a few weeks. And not just noting your energy highs and lows between six a.m. and nine p.m. You want to jot down your peak times of focus and lack thereof as well as those bursts of motivation. You’d want to note when you exercise and for how long, what times you wake up and go to sleep. Basically you keep a journal with the emphasis on energy and concentration. Think about trying this.

      Biological Prime Time

      • I am trying do this already before through yaml and tags in my daily journal
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    1. Treating separation anxiety with behavior change Here, we’re talking about your behavior. The goal is to make your absence seem like no big deal. Making a fuss over your pet when you leave or arrive home only makes matters worse. If you treat it like it’s routine, your pet will learn to do the same.
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    1. Considérez votre environnement d’adulte : tout y est familier. Vous ne remarquez même plus les détails de votre intérieur ou de votre bureau. Tandis que pour un enfant, tout est nouveau et inconnu : le monde est plein de nouvelles expériences à mener. Son jeune cerveau ne cesse de reconfigurer ses perceptions du monde extérieur, et cette intense activité psychique lui donne l’impression que le temps s’écoule lentement, tandis que pour un adulte englué dans le train-train quotidien, c’est l’inverse.

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  12. Sep 2015
    1. When it is crowded, they don't complain, but customers often choose to stand in the aisles and on the steps when there is other space available.

      Regardless of the fact that other space is available, they chose to occupy an area of the bar that has some sort of significance to them personally or with the crowd they typically go to the bar with