time management

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Some Merlin Mann Topics

Merlin Mann (of 43 Folders fame http://www.43folders.com/ ) came up at a seminar last night. So of course I had to go find a few references. There are some great items to look into:

Merlin Mann presents to Google on "Inbox Zero"
http://lifehacker.com/282544/merlin-mann-presents-inbox-zero

"Broken Meetings (and how you'll fix them)" http://vimeo.com/15579561

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Getting a grip on my daily routine

Well I need to force myself to be better at time management and project management. It has been a long time since I taught my time management course and I find that without that regular refresher my time management skills have been slipping.

So what to do. Well obviously start researching time and project management again, dust off the course and start collecting data.

So far I have found some very interesting things.

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How do you get to getting to fixing that you are not getting things done?

Reading "The Art of Getting Things Done" and thought I'd poke around for possible software that might be conducive to the style of life management discussed. I ran across this presentation (http://www.davidco.com/mindmanager/mm_replay.html) by David suggesting that MindManager from MindJet (http://www.mindjet.com/us/) was an excellent tool for safely recording all the little notes, projects and to-dos for later retrieval.

Dave also presents a 10 minute overview of his whole Getting Things Done philosophy. In other words there are many interesting points.

Leeland's picture

How do you get to getting to fixing that you are not getting things done?

Reading "The Art of Getting Things Done" and thought I'd poke around for possible software that might be conducive to the style of life management discussed. I ran across this presentation (http://www.davidco.com/mindmanager/mm_replay.html) by David suggesting that MindManager from MindJet (http://www.mindjet.com/us/) was an excellent tool for safely recording all the little notes, projects and to-dos for later retrieval.

Dave also presents a 10 minute overview of his whole Getting Things Done philosophy. In other words there are many interesting points.

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