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... That is not the main problem with FV nor is that a problem at all. "Some tasks are not worthy enough to be reviewed multiple times till it gets on top to be dismissed." ... All tasks you have comm...
time management, personal organisation, self development, final version, autofocus, superfocus, fv
January 18, 2010 at 17:16 | It's also illegal to use a mobile while driving in Ireland unless it is a properly installed 'hands free' system. I have such a system, as I spend six hours dri...
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Yes, I am familiar with Mark Forster. Mark Forster is a well-known author and time management expert who has written several books on productivity and time management, including “Get Everything Done and Still Have Time to Play,” “Do It Tomorrow,” and...
This year’s Lenten Challenge starts on Wednesday 22nd February and ends on Thursday 6th April, both dates inclusive.
The challenge is to keep to the same time management system for the whole period. You can enter the challenge by nominating which system you are going to follow in the Comments below. The system does not have to be one of mine. You can change your entry...
This blog is now back to normal as far as I can see. Apparently the whole upset was caused by one misplaced “>” in an HTML sequence in a post. As there are a huge number of posts on this blog, it took a long time to track down.
Troubles always come in threes, so they say, and I was also having unrelated problems at the same time with my domain name (markforster.net) and my email address. I am pleased to say that these have now been fixed too....
As I’ve gained more experience with the Resistance Zero system, I’ve found that it works a bit better if the scan is done from the beginning to the end, and the dotted tasks are then actioned from the end to the beginning.
I’m also personally finding that it works best if the scan is done quickly without any lengthy attempts to decide whether a task is at zero resistance. So I say “No Resistance” at the start of the scan, but don’t repeat it again during the same scan...
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