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Today I'm going to rededicate myself to cg. No more loafing around being a NEET. I'm going to spend 8 hours minimum per day 7 days a week honing my craft and being productive.

Who's with me?
You are not going to do 40 hours of work in a week. There is a reason why you a neet.

lower your bar, and good luck.
I advice turning off your router
>You are not going to do 40 hours of work in a week.

I've already worked a bunch in the last month. Maybe not 40 hours a week, but definitely a decent amount.
>I advice turning off your router
As somebody who learned everything from the internet, this doesn't make sense.
Don’t talk about it, just shut up and do it.
The more you do it, the easier it gets and better you get. Once you find a project that you can sink your teeth in, it's easy to spend months.
The key is that when you fail to keep up to your promise and end up slacking off, you have to get back up and try again. Maybe you manage 10 good hours, of honest difficult work. That's something. Keep pushing.
it's about minimizing distraction and means for procrastination.
I used to download even youtube tutorials once a week, and spend the rest of the week offline, going through everything.
I have a parttime job to finance an office with a friend.
We want to make a game and found that it works better if you actually treat your product like a company would.
Skillwise we are beginners still but this works better than just procrastinating at home.
It's a great idea to treat your game like a serious business venture. So don't forget to make a business plan. It will help.


5 minute break,
30 minutes work.

Gently increase the work time and maybe the break time to 3 minutes.

Congrats you will no longer waste hours procrastinating.
the problem for many people is when procrastination keeps them from even starting.

I have no problems sitting for hours working on something, when I finally sit down at my desk, but getting to my desk may take me days.

good thing for people who cannot manage their breaks thou.

This technique solves that problem.

Just have to hit the 25 minute button and do art for 25 minutes.

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