Great stuff! Learning to say “no” without feeling angry or guilty was a big accomplishment for me a decade ago. It’s best to just say, “I’d love to be able to help you out with that, but I’m just swamped.” If you give people too much info, they’ll waste your time arguing you into doing something you don’t have time for. But I can’t give up my “to do” lists – my memory isn’t what it used to be and there’s a lot of essential stuff on them. Plus it makes me feel good to cross things off it!
Those were both fantastic videos! Thank you. I am “pretty good” at time management, but definitely finding ways to become even better.
I’m glad you enjoyed them! Sometimes, we just need to be reminded of the things we already know!
I always hated to do lists as they become … what I haven’t done.. lists.
For many people, this is the case, so I think it’s great to avoid lists. For myself, I avoid them except when it’s critical that everything on a list gets done. So you don’t add anything to the list that is not essential. In medicine, almost everyone uses lists to get their work done because the risk of NOT doing something (forgetting it) is very high as it may harm a patient.
Good resources. I particularly liked the article “27 Time Management Tips…” and the two videos. I am trying out the Toggl app.
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