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5 Tips for getting through a tedious project at work
By Stephanie A Bell   
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Last edited: Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Posted: Wednesday, December 16, 2009

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Being at work eight or more hours a day is hard enough, but sometimes a tedious project makes it even harder. Follow these tips for making a tedious project at work go a lot smoother.

Make a to-do list. Analyze what needs to be done and write it down according to priority. The project will go much smoother if items are done in an order that makes sense. If there is no set deadline for this project, set your own deadline so you can avoid procrastination. Make sure anything that prevents the next phase from getting started is completed first so you don't get stuck.

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