Last updated: Apr 22, 2020
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Why use it?
Also know as calendar Blocking or time boxing. Practise of blocking you next day you main events/tasks you want to accomplish that day. Makes you think about a TIME you have left and THINGS you want to do.
- Plans with ALWAYS change, be prepared for adjustments
- Plan ahead approach
- 3 Priorities each day
- Ideal Day template
- But might have to make adjustments in reality Journal
- Measure you time.
- TIME is your most important resource
- Take analytics on it.
- Planning times vs Executing time
- Model your week
- Recurring tasks at same day, same task. To strengthen HABIT
- Start filling with your important things first.
- Logs to look back in time and find out exactly when you did worked on a task.
Why is it effective
- Takes the choice out of the equation
- Planning Fallacies, we human beings are not good at estimating things
People to look upto?
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How to time-block?
- start with writing habits/tasks you would like to do in a day or everyday.
- HOw much time do you have avialble
- Adjust and match task in your available time-line
- Dont forget to adjust if something doesnt work, because it wont XD
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Whats wrong using Goole tasks and calendar
- Have 2 way integration
- Can strike Tasks Off when completed, canot do that with tasks coming from todoist!
- Create recurring tasks
- google tasks not showing in calendar app? Unable to open on web, redirects to app!
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Is a individual or collaborative undertaking to achieve an end goal/aim. Involves use of research, planning and issue tracking.
Approaches to set goals?
- target a specific area for improvement. Measurable
- quantify or at least suggest an indicator of progress. Assignable
- specify who will do it. Realistic
- state what results can realistically be achieved, given available resources. Time-related
- specify when the result(s) can be achieved.