Making the most of every day: Part IV Recording your history

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Three weeks ago I started a series of posts about an organization and planning system I have been using and improving for the past 15 years. The first post outlined creating a list of the actions you want to accomplish. The second post described how to organize and prioritize the list of activities. The . . . → Read More: Making the most of every day: Part IV Recording your history

Making the most of every day: Part III Going electronic

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Two weeks ago I started a series of posts about an organization and planning system I have been using and modifying for the past 15 years. My first post described how to make a list of activities that need to be done. My second post described how to prioritize and use the list throughout . . . → Read More: Making the most of every day: Part III Going electronic

Making the most of every day, Part II: Using your list

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Last Monday I started a series of posts about an organization and planning system. Today I continue this series. For more than 15 years I have been polishing and perfecting this system. Last week I outlined making a list, labeling each item, placing a priority number for each item, then start taking action. Today’s . . . → Read More: Making the most of every day, Part II: Using your list

Making the most of every day: Part I of an organization and planning system

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For more than 15 years I have been polishing and perfecting my organization and planning system. People complain that there is never enough time every day. What they are saying is that they didn’t get as much done as they wanted to because they ran out of time. I’ll state right now that there . . . → Read More: Making the most of every day: Part I of an organization and planning system

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