Fine-Tune Your Daily Planning

You have planned your week (see Chapter 3), added the Productivity Hours, created categories for block building, and assigned those categories to the corresponding tasks. You have created different views for your daily planning in Outlook, and maybe you’ve even been keeping a time protocol for the past few days. Read on to find out the final steps for successful daily planning.

Plan Pending Tasks with the 25,000 $ Method

You entered those appointments with a fixed date and time as soon as you made them. You also entered your Productivity Hours, as well as an appointment with yourself for a B-Task according to the Kiesel principle (see Chapter 3) into your daily calendar. Whatever is left to do belongs in your task list. ...

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