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The idea of “batching” tasks to streamline your workflow isn’t new, but I thought I’d share a couple of very quick examples of how I actually use this. These are related to finances, but aren’t...

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I made a free download people can use for prioritizing tasks. You can view it online here. To download it so you can use it however you please, click the link above, go to the...

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One of the principles of a productivity system called Getting Things Done is that people need a system for being reminded of the information they need, at the moment they need to be reminded of...

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I read some research awhile back (I can’t remember where sorry!) that said that people’s spare time usually occurs in chunks of 40 minutes or less. The time I have to work on admin tasks...

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If you have a “B” task that you have been putting off (read here to find out what a “B” task is) try asking yourself what the “next action” required is. Your answer should be...

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A, B, and C Tasks

April 17, 2011

This simple tip comes from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Adults with ADHD, but can be used by anyone. Here’s how. Assign a letter to each of the tasks on your to do list. A =...

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When you’re feeling depressed or overwhelmed, try doing some “top of the cliff” problem solving. By “top of the cliff” I mean problem solving that involves putting a structure in place that will ease your...

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