Well, let’s come to a very hard nutshell in personal time management, which are tasks that are important but not urgent. Such tasks might be immensely important, completed at the right point in time, perhaps help you to make a career move, or have bad consequences if you postpone them too long. In addition, such items are constant companions in moving targets. Then tasks become a demotivator only, means get rid of them fast. Continue reading “Time management: A couch potato renders important things urgent”
I am in the process of writing a vade mecum – this is nothing more than a small pocket reference but a nice word – about time management with Kanban. It’s still a little bit down to completion, so I decided to publish some useful chapters in advance. Continue reading “Time management: only touch things once”
I’d rather fix things than throw them away and re-order them. But getting an 80-ies Simon (Senso) running again is a real highlight.