Yesterday we created a to-do list. Today, I'm advocating that you should NOT put everything you need to do on a to do list. What? Yes, you heard me right. Save time and increase brain space by not writing it all down. Many time management and productivity … [Read more...] about Don’t put everything you need to do on your to-do list
Welcome to 31 Days of Timesaving Tools, Tips & Templates! Today, we're going to focus on the ubiquitous To Do List. At it’s best, a to-do list saves time by focusing your efforts, ensuring that you don’t need to re-do key tasks, run additional errands or miss … [Read more...] about What’s the best way to capture a to-do list?
I am the queen of not doing something if I don’t think I can excel or finish well. This includes a broad spectrum of activities: high school calculus (yes, really), exercising, reading a good book, having friends over, work and business ventures, and activities with my husband … [Read more...] about Embracing partial solutions
We had a long list of things to accomplish this weekend. Charles and I each had work-work, we also had house work, and vehicle maintenance, and birthday celebrations and a sick toddler…and…you know how it goes. Many of the things on our list were good things, but we both faced … [Read more...] about Challenge: How accurate are your time estimates?
As I’ve worked with multiple clients, a common thread is that the most overwhelmed folks have challenges that typically boil down to time management, prioritization and the sheer number of different activities and responsibilities one has. 1. Don't over-complicate it. We’ve … [Read more...] about Four simple ways to manage your to-do lists and tasks