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If you love fun trivia quizzes and you love to play fun games, then you are going to have real fun. Our online trivia platform can be a great time for anyone to enjoy. It's trivia for seniors, adults, and kids. You can use it for your virtual trivia night, as bar trivia questions, or just to have fun.

Try to beat the timer and get a streak. We all love to play. There is an inner child in all of us. We especially love to play trivia quiz games, as they are fun games that also have a lot of value. When playing trivia, you are having fun while you learn, expanding your general knowledge, and actually becoming smarter.

Time Management Fun Facts

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The idea of "eating the frog" comes from Mark Twain, who quipped that the best time to eat a frog is in the morning.
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"Pomodoro" is Italian for "tomato." The creator of the Pomodoro Technique, Francesco Cirillo, originally used a kitchen timer in the shape of a tomato to time his work sessions.
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President Eisenhower recommended sorting tasks as Important-Urgent (Do), Important-Not Urgent (Schedule), Urgent-Not Important (Delegate), and Not Urgent-Not Important (Don't Do).
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In GTD, you first capture all of your thoughts, then you clarify what the very next action on each thought is, you organize those actions, and finally you engage in order to complete those tasks.
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In the Rapid Planning Method (RPM), you focus on which tasks will result in you reaching your most important goals and fulfilling your purpose.
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SMART goals are clearly defined (Specific), quantifiable (Measurable), realistic (Attainable), pertinent to you (Relevant), and have a deadline (Time-Bound).
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In the 1-3-5 Rule model, you devote your day to completing 1 Big Thing, 3 Medium Things, and 5 Little Things.
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The Glass Jar represents your available time, which you need to fill with Rocks (priorities), Pebbles (urgent tasks), and Sand (unimportant distractions).
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Although Seinfeld denies inventing it, the strategy requires a user to mark a calendar with a big "X" whenever he or she sticks with a new habit, with the idea that you don't want to break the chain of "X's" as time goes on.
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To avoid falling under "Parkinson's Law," consider setting an earlier deadline for yourself or have someone check on you to make sure you aren't procrastinating.

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