Best Time Management tools – Part 2

As I'm now officially on vacation, I can continue the series of the Best Time Management tools tried and experienced, and recommended further. The part 1 post you can find here. Here are the next few tools/tips that can improve your personal organizing/peace of mind, if used properly and frequently enough. 9. Daily/weekly priorities list An example of a ...

Life Management – Are you getting the best out of the first 2010 quarter?

At the beginning of 2010 I posted this yearly planner online. As mentioned, setting 10 (or one, or two) New Year's Resolutions is not going to help you much. Oh, ok, writing them down and posting them (like Leo of Zen Habits suggests here) is gonna get you a bit more focused. But what really helps is ...

Put your thoughts in the bucket. No, really.

Buckets is one of the most interesting concepts of time management I ran across. I found it with David Allen, Marc Mc Guinness (still think his little e-book on Time Management for Creative People is the best short read on time management you can find online), and, yes, even Jack Nicholson. What's a Bucket? A bucket is, essentially, ...

3 Best Ideas of 2009

Simple, quick. 3 of the best ideas I came across this year. 1. Buy experiences, not things. Found in Seth Godin's book "What Matters". The idea can be also found in the book I'm reading now - "Affluenza" by Oliver James. In short, today's developed society is focused on consumerism. We end up working our lives away ...

Life Management Workshop – Take 1

I delivered a 3 h Life Management workshop yesterday, to the newies of AIESEC student organization. The whole Prezi of the workshop here. The main ideas : Do you have a fulfilling life? (Of course you do, you're only 21 and your worries are passing exams ...