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14 Dec

Eight parking-lots for your ideas


Date: 2011-12-14 11:00 Comments: 0

On occasion, you get an idea or two. They are amazing, marvelous and exciting ideas and sometimes even show a true stroke of brilliance. If you are in luck, they fit right in with what you need to focus your strength and energy on right now. But they can often concern matters which ...

28 Sep

Six ways to keep all current projects in motion


Date: 2011-09-28 12:00 Comments: 0

Of all the things you have to do, some can be done in one go (classic to-do-tasks), while other things need to be regarded as larger projects.These projects can be long, large and extensive with numerous different activities, but they might as well ...

16 Dec

The beauty of getting an overview


Date: 2009-12-16 09:03 Comments: 0

Do you ever experience from time to time that you are just completing task after task, doing one detailed thing after another, and everything is spinning so fast that you can’t grasp what’s going on, and that you don’t even have the time to reflect on what week it is and what’s coming up next month? Join the club.

It’s one thing to be in a flow, to feel that everything is clicking and falling into place, that you move from clarity to clarity and are getting things done, but that is not the situation I am talking about.

The condition I have in mind can be recognized by that you feel a week has just begun when it suddenly is Friday, you are astonished to realize that a certain meeting was “this week already?!” or that you are always running out of time when you are close to a deadline. To use a worn, but none the less illuminating expression: “You can’t see the woods for all the trees”.

My solution to this situation is ...

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