I'm using Xtab , but there are several similar ones for the same purpose.
Again, you should test what works best for you. For me, it doesn't need to be super secure and difficult to bypass like Cold Turkey/Self Control (Mac).
I just need a nudge to put me back on what I was previously...
Very insightful. It goes on the "effortless self control" studies that are showing the effectiveness of make things "easier" for your future self.
My way was to put an extension to limit the numbers of tabs opened at the same time. This forced me to:
- not to go instantly searching for...
I've read the book 4 years ago, when I started my first business. Unfortunately the business failed recently, but at that moment, was fundamental to make me move away from my job and implant important concepts that are still with me since then.