Doing stuff

I find this advice from John Kay’s Obliquity very useful: When faced with a task that daunts you, a project that you find difficult, begin by doing something.  Choose a small component that seems potentially relevant to the task.  While it seems to make sense to plan everything before you start, mostly you can’t: objectivesContinue reading “Doing stuff”

Time management for a new year: the benefits of AutoFocus

The start of a new year is always a good time to consider one’s time management techniques.  I’m a bit of an addict when it comes to lists and discovering new systems, but in recent years I have repeatedly come back to Mark Forster and his AutoFocus series – see Mark’s blog for details. TheContinue reading “Time management for a new year: the benefits of AutoFocus”