Version 3 Now Available

Version 3 Now Available
We are pleased to announce that Version 3 of The Daily Goal Machine is now available! As well as an updated interface, there are a host of new features, many of which were requested by customers. In particular, we now have a version that will run on Apple Mac computers, as well as on Windows. To find out everything that’s new in this version, please check out the See What’s New In Version 3 section on the main page. If you have previously purchased Version 2, please forward your receipt to us and we’ll send you a download link for Version 3. If you’ve not yet bought a copy,...
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Time Boxing

Time Boxing
Time boxing is fast becoming one of the most effective and most popular means of managing one’s time, increasing one’s productivity and making sure that one accomplishes everything that one has to do throughout one’s busy day. Simply speaking, the time boxing approach involves allocating certain amounts of time out of one’s day, week or month to specific tasks, and the goal of this technique is to ensure that every single task that needs to be done has time allocated to it so that it actually gets done. There are, furthermore, certain rules that can be applied to the time boxing...
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Why Time Management Is Important

Why Time Management Is Important
In this age of overwhelming responsibilities and increasing demands on both our attention and time, more and more of us are trying to find the answer to the question of why time management is important. The benefits of time management are surely apparent to everyone and include such diverse things as being able to perform appointed tasks before the expiration of deadlines and confining work tasks to that portion of the day set aside for work so as to spend the rest of the day relaxing with friends and family. In an attempt to make sense out of our hectic days and get everything we have to do done, we...
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Stopping Procrastination

Stopping Procrastination
Most people procrastinate – put off dealing with odious tasks – but, for a select few, procrastination is a major problem, and stopping procrastination has to be their #1 priority. In order to gain a comprehensive understanding of the procrastination problem, the first thing to do would be to define procrastinate so as to determine exactly what is procrastination. The psychology of procrastination is a fascinating area of study, and experts in this field have put forward a definition of the syndrome that says it involves delaying the completion of important tasks in order to waste time on...
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Why Do I Procrastinate?

Why Do I Procrastinate?
I would like to thank PJ McClure for kindly allowing me to re-publish this very interesting and useful post about the reasons why people procrastinate: “Grrrr! I can’t believe I’ve only got 24 hours to get this done!” lamented Bonnie to the rest of our team. “It seems like everything is hitting me at once.” During my MBA program, every class had a team project that represented 30% of our individual grade. If you are going to get anything done in business, you have to learn to work in groups. I understood the rationale behind the team assignments, but it didn’t make it any easier to...
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Protected: Provocative Theory On Sites Not Ranking

Protected: Provocative Theory On Sites Not Ranking
NOTE THAT THIS POST IS ONLY FOR PEOPLE SPECIFICALLY INVITED TO READ IT. SORRY! Here’s a potentially provocative theory I came up with as to why many of your sites are no longer ranking. (Other than minor ups and downs on the first or second page, none of our sites have lost any ranking at all.) Let’s start with a few knowns facts about Google: Their stated goal has always been to provide users with the best possible experience. (Well, that, and the “do no evil” thing.) You have to take this to mean that, however they define it, they only want to present “quality...
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