“Never let something important become urgent” – Eliyahu M. Goldratt Saw this quote in the comments section of an article by Belle Beth Cooper. The article itself is worth a read.
Use MITs Various people advocate for using MITs—Most Important Tasks—in your planning. Though the specifics change, the MIT theory is generally the same—that is, pick only the most important tasks to put on your to do list, and keep the list short. A common rule is to pick a max. of three MITs each day. […]
I’ve always been a huge fan of TheVerge’s “What’s in your bag” and Lifehacker’s “How I Work” series. After recently discovering the usesthis.com site and seeing how different folks work, it was only a matter of time before I churned out this article. I’m going to shamelessly ripoff the format that Lifehacker uses, because it’s […]