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by Neil Fiore, PhD

For Readers of The Now Habit, an example of how Joe recorded and completed 15 hours of focused work, and a Blank Un-Schedule for you to print and complete.

Sample Un-Schedule

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  • Adriano  September 16, 2015 at 12:36 am

    The teacher me has to have a clean, at least unrcettelud, space to work in. If my space is a mess, I can’t get into that mode. That person just refuses to come out. The teacher who does the planning and organizing has to have quiet. That’s why it usually happens after everyone is asleep. The maid in me definitely needs to be in the mood to clean and does like to have music or a good audiobook on to make the time pass more pleasantly. I think it’s a good thing to identify what these other selves need and to nurture them by making sure those needs are met. In doing that we can show we value those parts of ourselves and take one more step toward putting ourselves first.

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    • admin  July 30, 2017 at 4:43 pm

      these parts are usually out-dated with limited coping tools from the past; they need your leadership and direction, with clear choices about When to Start on what; with or without clutter; just Start for 15 minutes on your top priority project, and clean up clutter as a reward for 5 minutes.

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