Do It Tomorrow and Other Secrets of Time Management by Mark Forster
By Mark Forster
Aimed at those that have difficulty finishing assignments on time in addition to someone trying to lead a well-organized lifestyles, this cutting edge guide takes a different method of time administration. potency specialist Mark Forster exhibits that prioritizing projects isn't a enough method of organizing a agenda, and isn't even beneficial. within the position of prioritization he posits a number of radical new rules, together with closed lists, the manyana precept, and the will do” record. leading edge varieties of communique which are designed to supply powerful dialog and making plans also are supplied. the result's an entire process for you to enhance potency and concurrently lessen tension and overworking.
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The title of this book, Do It Tomorrow, refers to one way of making a closed list. This forms a major part of the systematic way of dealing with work that makes up the heart of this book. Open list Closed list New items can be added Nothing new can be added Tends to grow Tends to get smaller Sequence is important Sequence doesn舗t matter Relatively difficult to clear Relatively easy to clear Demotivating Motivating To experience the power of the closed list over an open list, you can use the closed list principle to deal with backlogs of work.
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A good example of a closed list is when you deal with your email in batches at regular intervals rather than piecemeal as it comes in during the day. If you do this, you will find that it is much quicker and more efficient to clear a batch of emails completely than to allow yourself to be continuously distracted by individual emails throughout the day. Another example of the closed list is a checklist. When you break a task down into its component parts and make a checklist, you are making it easier to do the task.