There was a period of time where I tried to just keep running task lists of things I needed to take care of. My mind was a bit overwhelmed with all of the different things that needed to be done that I just needed to get it down on paper. Knowing the lists typically didn't… Continue reading Task Management Trial 4.0
After my adventure with the daily task planner that I shared in my last task management post, it was time for a bit of a shift again. I loved the daily list that included times and recurring events, but did not like that I had to save them until the tasks were done or the… Continue reading Task Management Trials 3.0
The schedule for the soccer season was finally released and your child got the early practice. Your child needs to see an eye doctor and they are only open during your work hours. School conferences end at 6 pm and you have three teachers to get to. It's time, once again, to work your work… Continue reading Asking for a flexible schedule… again
"I have a hard time keeping good female employees. They always seem to be running off to some emergency." Those were really the words I heard come out of the mouth of a male CEO at a meeting discussing employee shortages. Really! The local Chamber of Commerce hosted a brain storming session with business leaders… Continue reading We’ve come a long way baby… but are not there yet.
If you saw my previous post on task management, you will know that I seem to be on an endless quest to find the perfect task tracker. (There is none, but you can't convince me to stop trying.) After starting on this process with a basic clock schedule based off the Stephen Covey system, I… Continue reading Task Management Trials 2.0