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Organization and Time Management

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    Organization 2014 Organization 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • Time Management or… Organization: You kin haz it
    • What do you want to know?
    • Be regular and orderly in your life, so you may be violent and original in your work. Gustave Flaubert Alton Brown Organization will set you free!
    • Tip #1: Time is Precious! Use it wisely.
    • Where does your time go? Find out!
    • Tip #2: Design Your Life!
    • What is Order? DBAFGCE BGFCEAD ABCDEFG ECABDGF
    • Mind Like Water A mental and emotional state in which your head is clear, able to create and respond freely, unencumbered with distractions and split focus.
    • Can you concentrate here?
    • A workbench is for working … not for storage!
    • A place for everything, and everything in its place
    • Tidy drawers. Why wouldn’t you?
    • File Cabinet – Alphabetize it!
    • Tip #3 – Make rivers to your inbox
    • The inbox has many tributaries
    • Don’t do this
    • Tip #4: Your memory sucks! Make lists! • • • • To Do List Shopping List Stuff to check out List Maybe Someday List • Tickle File
    • Tickle file - 52 Folders
    • Tip #5: Use a calendar!
    • Tip #6: Make time for your to do list! • That means – put it on your calendar!
    • But which task to do? • Do the obviously urgent ones • Do the ones you are excited about • Then pick at random… http://www.random.org/
    • Tip #7: Make all tasks bite sized
    • Tip #8: Public Deadlines are the Best Motivation
    • Tip #9: Avoid interruptions and rat holes • Design for flow! (2-3 hour chunks of work) • Read email ONLY at email time • If you can deal with an email in 2 minutes, do it! If not: – To do list it! or… – Put it on “stuff to check out” • When working, turn your phone off! • Never “just check” Facebook • “Time box” your meetings • Say NO whenever you can
    • Tip #10: Consider a Uniform
    • Tip #11: Sleep is arithmetical • • • • • • • Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Hours 7.5 6.5 5 7.5 10 8.5 Debt 0 1 3.5 3.5 1 0
    • Tip #12: Caffeine is a “Sometimes Food”
    • Questions? • • • • • • • • • • • • Tip #1: Time is Precious! Use it Wisely. Tip #2: Design Your Life Tip #3: Make Rivers to your Inbox Tip #4: Your Memory Sucks – Make Lists Tip #5: Use a Calendar Tip #6: Make Time for your To Do List Tip #7: Make All Tasks Bite Sized Tip #8: Public Deadlines are the Best Motivation Tip #9: Avoid Interruptions and Rat Holes Tip #10: Consider a Uniform Tip #11: Sleep is Arithmetical Tip #12: Caffeine is a “Sometimes Food”