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Getting Things Done – Part 4: Setting Priorities

July 15, 2011 by Michael HermannNo Comments
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Planning is essential, but make sure it takes up less time than the actual task – in many cases it is sufficient to plan as you go along. However, if you would you rather lay out the whole process in advance, then you are wise to backward plan the necessary steps. Once you have overcome [...]

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Getting Things Done – Part 1: The Optimal To-Do List

June 21, 2011 by Thomas PuchleitnerNo Comments
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There are only a few of us who are lucky enough to have a small number of things to worry about each day. Most of us, on the contrary, have the feeling that our to-dos could potentially accumulate to a not even remotely comprehensible pile-up if we are not careful. No wonder that “mental overload” [...]

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Setting Goals and Achieving Them: All Good Things Come in Threes… or More – Guest Post by Peter Hinzmann

June 16, 2011 by  No Comments
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Normally we are told that all good things come in threes, but when it comes to setting goals and achieving them, we believe you can never be given too much advice. So following up on my last blog entry “Setting Goals and Achieving Them: All Good Things Come in Threes”, highlighted below are 6+ tips [...]

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Setting Goals and Achieving Them: All Good Things Come in Threes – Guest Post by Peter Hinzmann

June 13, 2011 by  No Comments
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Last week I focused critically on the topic of time and location independent working in my blog entry: Is time and independent working location all just one big myth? This week I am going to tell you the answer: No, it is not a myth, but a mighty challenge as one must learn to take [...]

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