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Boredom Busters Surefire Ways To Build Up Your Original Thinking And Beat Boredom! [NOOK Book]

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What Are The Reasons
Are you executing something that you have executed a lot of times before? Attempt adding something fresh or executing it a different way. If that simply does not cut it, quit executing the same thing over and over again.
Of course, if repetitious tasks are a part of your line of work, then you ...
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Boredom Busters Surefire Ways To Build Up Your Original Thinking And Beat Boredom!

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Overview

SAMPLE FROM THE BOOK:

What Are The Reasons
Are you executing something that you have executed a lot of times before? Attempt adding something fresh or executing it a different way. If that simply does not cut it, quit executing the same thing over and over again.
Of course, if repetitious tasks are a part of your line of work, then you might, unluckily, have no choice but to stick with it.
Are you feeling work-shy, tired, or unmotivated? A nap may restore you and it may be surprising how much more motivated you are able to feel after a quick catnap. As an alternative, breathing in the fresh air outside for simply ten minutes may freshen up your mentality and the space and (maybe) sunshine may do wonders for your mood.
Are you rested yet still feeling lazy? Try to convince yourself to do just one little thing: something little or short in duration or just part of an undertaking. Taking baby steps toward a goal may give you a sense of achievement that will crush any boredom.
Are you bored as you feel you can't do the things you wish to do? This may be a very annoying situation to be in, as the only thing blocking you from finishing a task or having some fun is the lack of materials or maybe expertise.




Table Of Contents
Chapter 1:
Boredom Basics
Chapter 2:
Why Are You Bored
Chapter 3:
Make Everyday Interesting
Chapter 4:
Be Curious
Chapter 5:
Final Tips
Wrapping Up
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014289108
  • Publisher: Dawn Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/2/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,176,045
  • File size: 138 KB

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