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Creating a Time Management System that Works for YOU: Paper, Electronic, or Hybrid? by Laura Stack

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Conclusions

The bottom line for me is that handhelds are great for reference, portability, and storing information, but they’re not configured for extensive note-taking.  That’s why so many handheld users end up being the most disorganized and messy of us all.  Without a paper planner, the inevitable to-do lists and reminders end up scattered up all over the place, on sticky notes and little scraps of paper.  Without a centralized home for it all, the notes become disorganized, lost and useless.  

 

So, what’s the solution?  Let’s look at some popular approaches to to-do lists and your life and see if we can come up with a solution that uniquely fits you.  Let’s talk first about paper planners on their own.  Interestingly, people who use paper ...

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