“Success is not
a place at which one arrives but rather the spirit with which one undertakes and continues the journey.” ~Alfred Nobel
I knew that to address
the problem I needed to come up with a very simple system that I could stick with. Know Plan Push KPP is way to focus your attention on why you want to do something, when to do it and what to do when the going gets tough.
I keep my life organized
using Toodledo. It’s a web based approach worth taking a look at. Your organization system is a tool not a project. Try and keep it simple. Use the tools that work best for you.
Try these. 1. Speciﬁc work
commitments 2. Building great relationships 3. Keeping your promises 4. Managing life 5. Health 6. Due dates 7. Personal growth Somethings will always feel more important than others. Those that do, usually are and should become high priority.
All tasks need a duration.
The duration is the magic key that gets them a special place on your calendar. BTW You can manage all of this in Toodledo easily.
Getting to the moon means
being on schedule. Getting your own personal moon- walk requires the same! Apollo 12 Flight Schedule
When I’m crunching through things
I divide my tasks up 30:15:5 into 30 minute, 15 minute and 5 minute chunks. It lets me blast through the small stuff and keep the big stuff in manageable perspective. 3M
Fill the calendar up. Think
of this as a treasure map not a calendar. This is the place where your inventory of tasks turns into your life.
Knowing how long it takes
you to ﬁnish things is an art. The more you get done the better you will be at estimating the perfect time. Don’t be afraid to tweak your schedule based on how you are doing. Don’t punish yourself if you start over enthusiastically.
You are getting close! Know
Plan Push If you have faith in your dreams and strength in your will, there is not a mountain you can’t climb.
Thanks for taking the time.
I hope you got a kick out of this and hopefully some useful ideas. Brady email@example.com Follow along on twitter to see where this will go! @remotivation If anyone is interested in talking about applications for this approach - Lets.