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February 21, 2011

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These techniques are very effective. Great summary.

It was a great article. I always find it difficult to move on with my work sometimes,there's a lot of stress going on and I really don't know what should go first. Thanks for sharing this one.

really nice i must say,It was a great article. I always find it difficult to move on with my work sometimes

Thanks for the excellent tips. U especially like the framing the problem suggestion. Sometimes I get the problem too focused in my mind and I make it so big so that I drown out everything else. Sometimes I just have to think of a Greys Anatomy situation where he throws something heavy off and focuses on the immediate job at hand.

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