Simple Time Management/Setting Priorities
You know when I was a young person, folks used to make fun of people who would put off til tomorrow what they could have done today.
They were considered lazy persons.
But what if they’re right (the put-off-til-tomorrow people not their
I actually follow this motto now:
Never do today what you can do tomorrow
If it’s ok for me to do something another day, then it can’t be that important so I’ll postpone it, so I can attend to the crucial stuff I have to do today…
Hey, it’s working (for me)!
Here’s a riff on this from the Dalai Lama:
If you have fear of some pain or suffering (or work, ed), you should examine whether there is anything you can do about it. If you can, there is no need to worry about it; if you cannot do anything, then there is also no need to worry.
So, what I do now is I delegate to Google calendar–what I can do tomorrow or next week or, for that matter, next year. Then I don’t worry about it til my new boss (Google) tells me I should (which I’ve set for the night before).
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MAKING IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE
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