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* - Leave a buffer: Always plan to finish well before the deadline. This is useful if something unexpected comes up.
* - Follow the schedule: Writing it down is good, but actually following it is even better!
* - Make it a routine: if there are recurring tasks, assign them the same time during each week. This way, your body and mind will start to follow a certain routine which will make it almost like second nature.
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