How to Get Started with (and Stick with) a New Productivity Tool
Whether it's as simple as finally getting that Dropbox account set up for everyone on a team or as complicated as starting a completely new productivity method, the barrier of entry for getting started with a new productivity tool can be tough when you're set it your ways.
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