No matter what your to-do list situation is, it’s safe to say it can use some routine maintenance. Here are five simple steps you can take in the next 15 minutes to actually make your to-do list useful again.
Tell me if this sounds familiar. You get home from a long day at work. The kids are going wild. You’ve got to rush out the door to get everyone to soccer practice. And, you haven’t given a second thought on how to prepare dinner. I’ve written previously about how batching saves time and helps my […]
David Allen, author of Getting Things Done, discusses the importance of assigning “contexts” to items in your task list. Batching and contexts describe where or when you should be completing a specific task, i.e. on the phone, at the computer, running errands, etc. Adding a context to your next actions can help organize your project workflow and make your working time […]