Having a limited number of goals is half the reaason I joined this site. Some are really big and some are really small. Some can be done soon and some can be done later. I like having a variety of goals. This way, I have a variety of things that I can concentrate on. And if I don’t feel like concentrating on one thing, there’s always another I can think about. 5 years ago
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I hope to make it a central location for all my goals, projects, tasks, to do lists, and values. That doesn’t mean I won’t be using 43things. I enjoy the human interaction too much. In addition, the chance to write and expound on a goal is helpful in becoming more clear about it.
I’m going to consider this done, because I’ve used FranklinCoveys stuff for 10 years, and I know it’s effective.
If anyone else is interested: http://franklincovey.com 8 years ago
I can only allow myself 30 minutes on the computer so that I can go to the bank on my way to work, which I am doing an hour earlier this morning. I need to do a brain-map for accomplishing 5 things in May. April just got crazy with extra activities and “the norm” didn’t get done. 8 years ago
I have way too many things on my plate, or at least in my mind, I want to do and way too many things surrounding me that inspire me, feed me, and I literally have no place to work. I even have to clear off the top of my laptop to get to it!!! I am confused about what to put where and what to start or stop now. 8 years ago
- alternate my attention between all the items, or
- Limit my focus on just 6-8 things for now.
I’ll try each alternative, and find out which works best for me. 8 years ago
I need to become more aware of those times when I’m “spinning too many plates”. My attention span is only so large, and if I try to do too much, I end up completing things shabbily or not at all. Thus, I resolve to only work on 5-8 of my 43 things at a time. When I complete one, I will be able to choose which one I will add next.
Tim 8 years ago