Having trouble focusing on what you really need to do? You’re not alone. According to a survey by Salary.com, the average worker admits to wasting 2.09 hours of each eight-hour workday, not including lunch or scheduled breaks. The Web is like the next-door neighbor who keeps asking us to play when we know we have homework to do. Thankfully, there’s an entire community of people who specialize in productivity and time management. Their guru is David Allen, author of the 2001 book Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. Others include Merlin Mann, founder of the blog 43 Folders, and the highly addictive Lifehacker.com. Here are some of their best ideas to help you declutter your life and make way for big, creative boosts of productivity.
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