Ways to Stop Wasting Time Online

John Reeve | February 26th, 2008 | , ,

The Internet is a great boon to small business productivity efforts, but it is also a distraction. The Internet leaks as much of our time, if not more, than television. This distraction negatively affects small businesses who track their time and charge by the hour, meaning they lose money to procrastination and decrease their free time. Here are some ways to stop wasting time online, from the Wired How-To Wiki.

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2 Responses to “Ways to Stop Wasting Time Online”

  1. erl says:

    Definitely a well-written post. *applause* I agree with you about the need to stop procrastination. I’ve found help at http://www.stop-procrastination.org and that website has a variety of ways to stop procrastination. I’ve tried and i can already see an improvement in my condition. should try.

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