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We Ask, You Answer: Your Stumbling Blocks

We Ask, You Answer: Your Stumbling Blocks
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    Every Monday, we pose a question for the lifehack.org community to answer.  The following week, I post my answer along with a selection (depending on how many there are) of your responses. The idea is to give you a chance to share your knowledge with the rest of the lifehack.org community — and to give you the opportunity to see what your fellow lifehack.org readers are doing!

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    This week’s question is:

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    • What one big productivity block do you most struggle to overcome?

    Let us know your answer in the comments.

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    Update: I’m sorry, folks — this was supposed to have been scheduled for later this month. Since several people ahve already commented, I’ll go ahead and leave it up, but I don’t know that I’ll be able to do a response to this one and the regularly scheduled Monday question.

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    Book summary: A Technique for Producing Ideas

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    Kirby Ferguson has written a summary for the book A Technique for Producing Ideas. Generating good idea is a fine art, if you have mastered it you will be successful in many fields. The author of the book, James Young, describes five steps on a technique of combining old elements together:

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