Last in this to-do list series because I think I’ve nailed it so I’m out of things to say. … [continued]
On the path to a computer life of reasonable expectations, there will be distractions.
I could make a diary out of successes and failures at handling them but it would be quite long so I’ll cut straight to the tips because I know everyone’s in a hurry. … [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]
The desktop mind map that I started using New Year’s Day is a study of time. Not enough time. Wasted time. The value of my time. What am I going to do with my time? How much time does it take? How do I balance my time? … [continued]
I had a to-do list. I’ve had an endless to-do list for years. I did not have specific goals written down. All I had to do was work backwards putting the to-do’s in the mind map into the goals that spawned them. This is easy. … [continued]
Here we are in 2012. And it only took a minute. … [continued]
This was not on my to-do list for today but it came to me while I was taking a nap. Napping is on my priority list. … [continued]
Focus. I cannot get Cuz to focus. … [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]
Only as far back as June, I was worried that mind maps are not the best place for my to-do lists. When actually they’re the perfect place for my to-do lists. I just had too many of them.
It was before I consolidated my 41 mind maps into other things: Research Toolbox, Software and Webstream. Before I dragged and dropped everything else into OneNote. … [continued]