Several content authors have mentioned the importance of Total Task Scheduling in their work. Here is a sample of their articles, podcasts and videos.
Time blocking is a killer trick to get more done, and most of all, more of the RIGHT things done. Learn how to apply this simple tip in a few short steps
What do the calendars of VIPs, famous people, and successful entrepreneurs look like? The truth is, we ALL have the same 24 hours. Some people just optimize it better than others. In this post, we go into a deep-dive on how to best optimize your time for personal and professional success. Whether you're trying to…
In this post, I’ll introduce you to time blocking and guide you, step-by-step, through how to apply this powerful technique.
Most of us know the story. You start your career as a front-line designer, researcher, coder, or writer. You love what you do. You love being a part of the process of making new stuff. Or making old stuff better. By some random series of events – some might say misfortune
Chris Ducker shares his tried and tested hacks on how to become more productive and making the most out of your time in life and business.
Time Blocking is simply using your calendar to block time for your most important priorities. It improves your focus and helps you to get more done.
How do the most organized people get things done and stay calm? Learn tips from neuroscience and productivity experts so you can be productive and relaxed.
Struggling to balance your week? Creating your Week Map will allow you to take care of the different areas of your life, get more done and…reduce stress.
Making Time for Time Something organized people don't often talk about is how much time they spend organizing their time. I think this is a shame. The
The key to effective time management is to maintain a level of organization that allows you to dedicate less and less neural resources to running your life.
The Planning Pitfall Daily plans are tricky. As I've long maintained, if you don't give your time a job, it will dissipate in a fog of distracted
It turns out that our beloved calendars are the very thing holding us back from being truly productive. Dan Ariely, professor of psychology and behavioral ec...
Making a to-do list is actually hard to do. Some people rely on pen and paper, while others use technology. But don't go overboard: Making to-do lists themselves can fuel anxiety.
Time blocking is a type of scheduling that can help you manage your time better. Instead of working by the clock, you can focus on finishing big and small tasks one at a time. This will help you limit distractions, get things done faster,...
Unhooked from the whims of mood, relieved of the pressure of decision-making, the schedule-follower may be freer than the impulse-follower, says Oliver Burkeman
How do Olympic athletes maintain their focus, discipline and energy? How do the unsponsored athletes juggle their rigorous training with their “day job” and family obligations? What are the time management and productivity secrets of Olympians? I recently had the chance to interview 13 Olympic athletes from around the world while [...]
Some of us yearn to get everything on our to-do lists done. We pride ourselves on your amazing lists. And then we add things to them faster than we can possibly do them. The mountain of tasks grows, bursting out of our office like a new volcano rising from the North Pacific—only instead of bei
When my friend, Peter, reached out to me with a game-changer application that would help me manage my to-dos, you know I was all over it in a hot second. While Slack and Trello are my bread and butter when it comes to big picture management, it’s really my Google calendar that acts as my…
Meetings may be toxic, but calendars are the superfund sites that allow that toxicity to thrive. All calendars suck. And they all suck in the same way. C...
Are you spending too much time prioritizing your to-do list only to still have unfinished tasks nagging at the back of your mind (the dreadful Zeigarnik Effect)? One solution may be to ditch the to-do list altogether and instead use task scheduling.
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#1 You’ll Remember Appointments If you want to be organized, remembering appointments is your top priority. At one time in my life, I missed appointments all the time. It was so humiliating, I was temped to lie about it! How could I forget the same appointment even when it was rescheduled? The reason was two-fold: First, I…
While I love Getting Things Done (GTD) as one of the best time management systems around, many of its user struggle to implement its recommendations. The r
Most digital calendar programs let you create multiple "calendars", but instead of just separating your calendars by work, personal, or subject, Francis Wade over at productivity blog Stepcase Lifehack recommends separating them in terms of the type of time they demand from you.
I’m a big fan of Cal Newport’s Study Hack’s blog, and have made several attempts at adopting a number of his practices, like daily shutdown rituals, weekly p...
“Schedule Everything” is an exercise that teaches you how much you can REALLY get into a day, plus you really do get your most important things done!
UPDATE: https://phylliskhare.com/TimeBlissME Planning for 2016 Success Using Your Google Calendar by Phyllis Khare This is an update on the very successful 2...
Is your calendar the best tool for managing your to-do list? There is certainly no shortage of task manager apps on the market (Wunderlist, Any.Do, Todoist, ...
Time Blocking The image above shows my plan for a random Wednesday earlier this month. My plan was captured on a single sheet of 24 pound paper in a Black n'