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A few years back, I started obsessing over productivity. Things like sleeping more than seven hours or getting up late and getting stuck in traffic seemed like wasted time. These situations could be controlled, but instead they were reducing my productivity. The problem was that I was pretty sure I could work fewer hours, but achieve more. That belief, coupled with a dose of irritation about my inefficient use of time, launched me on a mission to use my time more wisely and effectively. My first attempts failed. After putting in 14-18 hours per day during the first week, my…

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