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My Calendar Is Full

I know it sounds crazy, but I can guarantee you that I can’t meet you for the next two weeks. My calendar is full. That’s because every Monday morning, I go through and confirm that I have all my time blocked out for the next two weeks. If there’s a gap in my day between […]

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Wed, April 13 2011 » Personal Organization, Time Management » 1 Comment

Keeping and Leaving Appointments

It’s often said that time is the most important and fundamental of all resources. Time is money, but unlike money you cannot borrow time, you cannot save it up, you cannot earn interest on your time and once its gone you cannot get a refund. That may be why lost time is among the most […]

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Mon, April 4 2011 » Technology Tips, Time Management » No Comments

Sent Items and Accountability

I have to admit, I love the Sent Items folder in my email program. I keep it open all the time, with the most recently delivered messages right at the top. I keep at least a full twelve months of messages before archiving them, which might sound surprising. Why should I care about paying attention […]

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Fri, March 25 2011 » Technology Tips, Time Management » No Comments

Life In The Cube

There’s a famous story about Robert Propst, the inventor of the cubicle. Supposedly he recanted his invention on his deathbed, calling it monolithic insanity. If you work in a cube farm, you know that that the regular patters can be demoralizing and the constant chatter can make it hard to do your work. Some people […]

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Mon, March 21 2011 » Personal Organization, Stress and Mindfullness, Time Management » No Comments

One To-Do List To Rule Them All

A friend of mine once admitted she was great at writing lists. The problem was that she had dozens of lists in different places, and never got anything done. There is an incredible temptation to try and segment our lists. After all, shouldn’t we have one for our homes and one for our careers? If […]

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Sun, March 20 2011 » Personal Organization, Time Management, Work/Life Balance » No Comments

I’ve Got It In My Email Somewhere

We live in the Google generation. It is truly wonderful to be able to search for the truth when you’re arguing about trivial facts. However, the accessibility of search can also be our downfall. There are some pieces of information which shouldn’t be found by searching.

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Fri, March 18 2011 » Technology Tips, Time Management » No Comments