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How to Make Yourself Work When You Just Don’t Want To


Feb. 14, 2014 Harvard Business Review

There’s that project you’ve left on the backburner – the one with the deadline that’s growing uncomfortably near. And there’s the client whose phone call you really should return – the one that does nothing but complain and eat up your valuable time. Wait, weren’t you going to try to go to the gym more often this year?

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