Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about using a 6-box to-do list

After you use a boxed to-do list for a while, you start to think of your life as a set of focus areas. You think of your tasks as part of these areas. You see how your tasks belong (and thus, help progress) a certain area or how they don’t belong. And you start to reject, delegate, or delay tasks that don’t belong in those focus areas. Continue reading

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Weekly planning time

I have let this habit lapse for the last couple of months. So I’m writing about it to make myself start doing it again.

I like Sunday nights.
End of the week, new beginning ahead. Time to sit down, look at the week ahead, consider both my ideals and my reality, and think about how it’s all going to mesh.
It’s a good time to consider that there are always more
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Intuition vs. planning

Acting on your intuition is trusting yourself: your ability to learn, to adapt, to understand, to see, to decide, to act.

Acting on your intuition is assessing and deciding what matters, what is really going on, as you are in the moment.

It’s allowing the flow of reality as it plays out to interact with the internal understanding that’s going on inside you… and then making conclusions… Continue reading

However you want

How to start your week right

Anytime you want. It doesn’t have to begin on Monday morning, or Sunday evening, or whenever your standard “start time” is… You’ve botched a couple of days, or got sick? Okay. It happens. Breathe, and start your week when you decide to start it. Now. In an hour. Tomorrow morning.

With room for restarts. Restarts are allowed.

Expecting success, not perfection. A focus on perfection has a… Continue reading