Revisiting “Automatic Scheduling for Busy People”

A few years ago, this post by Dr. Melanie Wilson caught my attention. It served as my introduction to SkedPal, the first auto-scheduler I ever encountered.

The CEO of Linkedin on Scheduling Nothing

The CEO of Linkedin wrote an interesting article entitled The Importance of Scheduling Nothing.

It’s a description of one of the principles I share in A Course in Scheduling.  In a nutshell, the idea is that a skillful Total Task Scheduler creates the ideal day first, including time spent for sleep and other restful, mindful activities.

The Controversy Between Schedulers vs Listers

My 2016 article outlined an ongoing intellectual disagreement between advocates of two very different behaviors – Listing and Scheduling. Spoiler alert: both camps represent skills that have a place in the average person’s development.

It’s a long article, but it provides an important backdrop to the work of Schedule U.

Learning to Optimize Each Day’s Plan from the Controversy Between Listers and Schedulers [ Research]