Last in this to-do list series because I think I’ve nailed it so I’m out of things to say. … [continued]
When your to-do list is scrolling off the bottom of your monitor, what are you going to choose to do today? Enter the 30 minutes per day list. … [continued]
According to the experts the creation cycles of the Mayan Calendar end on October 28th, just a few short weeks from now. What might happen at that point depends on your general orientation to the world right now. … [continued]
The Action Machine 3 is based on the concept of timeboxing which can be broken down into the following 3 steps:
1. Write down all the tasks you want to get done today.
2. Assign a specific block of time for completing each task.
3. Select a task, start a timer, and focus on nothing else until that task is complete!
As I’ve been intimating for the past year, I’m trying to take a second look at the concept of a balanced life, not just the train-wreck on my computer. I’ve set myself up for enough computer projects to last several lifetimes so that’s not going to work obviously. … [continued]
We’re coming up to New Year’s again and I just know as a law-abiding, self-respecting genealogist you’re going to want to make some resolutions about better organizing your time. … [continued]
Being as I have a J.O.B. now and I work mostly at home, I’ve become interested in time-tracking. The passage of time is interesting regardless.
I’ve often wondered how other people handle it; the time it takes to research, record, file, surf around to see what everyone else is doing, write a blog, or several of them, keep up a mad social-networking schedule with six hundred and fifty of your new best friends and make a living using a computer as well. … [continued]