Your toughest work is defining what your work is! – Peter Drucker
PRACTICE ROOM (TUTORIALS)
I got my my school work done this week and followed the election. Same as most weeks.
In this ‘room’ you are going to try Getting Things Done (GTD).
STEP 1: MAKE A LIST
I need to keep up with my work and make sure I don’t miss any assignments this week.
STEP 2: NOTICE WHAT YOU NOTICED
STEP 3: SET A TIMER
OUTSIDE (PRODUCTIVITY & THE BRAIN)
The process can help me pace out all of my work so that I don’t overexert myself and make everything more stressful, which would result in me actually getting less work done than if I wasn’t stressed.
OPTIONAL EXERCISE – Literally, read the article and go for another walk 🙂
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WHAT I LEARNED and PROBLEMS I SOLVED
WEEKLY ACTIVITY EVALUATION
I learned a few different ways that I can help improve my time management. It’ll prove to be pretty helpful with some of them once I spend the time to plan it all out because my current technique isn’t efficient, just keeps the stress off of me.