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Man Hires Someone To Slap Him For Procrastinating

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Maneesh Sethi works in the digital world, and often it's just him, alone in front of a computer — a working day primed for procrastination. For the past year, he has been using a novel solution: He hires someone to slap him in the face each time he checks Facebook or deviates from actually working.
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