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Fri, 2 July 2004 13:00:00 GMT
Time is the mind-killer ...

Where does the time go? Is it our brains that speed up and down according to fun and boring stuff? I think I need to take some time-management course, as I'm neglecting e-mails that I really want to respond to, can't find time to write tutorials and articles I want to write, I'm slow to start programming the projects I want to get going, and tired of feeling that I can't get stuff done.

Um, not that I don't do things and don't get stuff done, but I so really wish to fit more in, because after the mundane busy stuff is done (which, of course, is what I get paid to do ...) the really interesting bits, the fun and the thrills, gets left behind.

Anyways, anyone know of any good ideas, techniques and / or courses I should be looking at in these respects?

Permalink (Fri, 2 July 2004 13:00:00 GMT)| Comments (2) | Opinions
David Buchan ( Fri, Jul 2 2004 )
Read Getting Things Done by David Allen, then give me a call to chat about how it works. For me it took a lot of time pressure out of my head. Requires some tweaking to make it fit your own situation but much better than Priority A, B, C etc.
Alex ( Wed, Jul 7 2004 )
Hi David ; Just ordered it, and will fetch it in 30 mins or so. I'll have a read through it, and call you then. Thanks; this is very important to me. :)






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