How to force yourself to do something you don’t feel like doing

Postponing an unpleasant task and looking for an excuse to do so is common in every adult’s life. When a child does not wish to do something, they just go ahead and say so. An adult, however, is capable of coming up with solid reasons and good excuses for their procrastination. Today we’ll talk about making yourself do the things that must be done no matter how you feel about them.

Source: http://www.independent.co.uk

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New in Nimbus Note for iPhone- manual note encryption

Today we are proud to announce the release of probably the most important feature of the recent time – manual note encryption for iPhone.

You can save virtually any information to Nimbus Note – from cake recipes to important documents, and it’s our job to ensure complete and total security of that information on both the client side and the server side. Manual encoding is expected to meet the challenge.

For higher security, notes in Nimbus Note are encrypted entirely – together with images and file attachments (apart from to-do lists).

Download Nimbus Note for iPhone – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nimbus-note-notes-to-do-lists/id828918459?mt=8

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Golden rules for your mornings to achieve greater productivity and success

Morning is the day’s most important time that we must give our full attention to.  The way you begin your day, the kind of energy boost you get in the very first waking minutes will define how successful or useless your day is going to be. And since our life is made up of such days, morning rituals and routines suddenly appear in a whole new light.

Let’s begin by stating that an early morning and the moment the sun rises mark a very special period perfect for getting our juices flowing nice and proper for the whole day ahead. Most of us miss out on this opportunity spending the earliest hours in bed. But do try rising with the sun and you will see just how much that changes your perception of the world.

Source: http://www.runnersworld.com

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