How not to be a slave of the clock

How not to be a slave of the clock

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Cheesecake Labs

October 30, 2019
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  1. How not to be a slave of the clock

  2. Planning

  3. Left you frustrated

  4. "The perfect day plan is out there for everyone". -

    Somebody
  5. To do List

  6. To do List Online Offline Todoist Wunderlist Remember the Milk

    Notebook file.txt Bullet Journal
  7. File.txt

  8. Todoist

  9. Good Ideas Plan your day the night before Planning one

    day ahead of time
  10. Bullet Journal

  11. Helpers Choose a Task Something big, something small, something you’ve

    been putting off for a million years: it doesn’t matter. What matters is that it’s something that deserves your full, undivided attention. Set a timer and work Make a small oath to yourself: I will spend 25 minutes on this task and I will not interrupt myself. You can do it! After all, it’s just 25 minutes. Take a break Breathe, meditate, grab a cup of coffee, go for a short walk or do something else relaxing (i.e., not work-related). Your brain will thank you later.
  12. Helpers Get Things Done Capture Clarify Organize Reflect Engage

  13. Flexibility Review list I change my mind Update List Stone

    or Paper? Many breaks Pomodoro or time tracking
  14. References Pomodoro Technique Amazing Marvin Like Hacker