The Time Management, She Approaches…

Well, I bought the book. It’s the Kindle version, which O’Reilly promised was DRM-Free — but I’m not totally convinced. Still, the book is amazing. I’m about 25% finished. This guy gets it, and I can’t recommend the book enough.

Anyway, I think I’m going to officially start on July 1. I have bible camp next week, and need to do some preparation — but soon thereafter I’ll be ready to really try the scheduling thing.

I’m doubtful.

I’m not terribly excited about doing it.

But I’m still going to try. Honestly, the idea of controlling my time is appealing, it’s just the process that sounds “un-fun”. Anyway, I’ll keep you all posted.

5 thoughts on “The Time Management, She Approaches…

  1. Manage time? I don’t think that’s possible!

    Macbeth:

    To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow,
    Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
    To the last syllable of recorded time;…

  2. I found something that you might like to try, hiveminder.com. Its like remember the milk but has a great xmpp bot with a full featured posting ability. Works with email also. I think its going to greatly help me. Now I can use my blackberry/xmpp to keep up with my todo list.

  3. Shawn:

    With this new theme, the hints disappear when entering comments.

    As to MOM’s comment: Time management materials (books, courses, and so on) can give you good ideas and how to set priorities, but don’t let it own you. In other words, I believe in looking at lots of different methods for getting your work done, but some authors believe you (the reader) got it all wrong and the author got it all right.

    Of course, we don’t practice time management here in the town and schools. It’s always emergency, emergency, emergency. That’s something for another topic.

    As always, Shawn, you are the best of Shemp and James Bond combined with all your helpful hints and a great blog site.

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