The online coworking service sets users up with accountability partners for uninterrupted video sessions to increase productivity
Procrastination is productivity's number one enemy but is also very easy to fall into, especially for those who freelance or work from home. Focusmate, a virtual coworking service, offers users a way to stay on task while working on a computer, for free. By setting up users with "partners" for 50-minute video sessions, the program makes people accountable to someone other than themselves. Workers are encouraged to talk about what they plan to get done at the...
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