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On managing life, activities, projects, whatever, check lists are great. The classic example is the pre-flight check list used by pilots. Use the same approach for heading out on any trip via trains, planes or automobiles. Some of the case histories are amazing, particularly those from hospitals where new check lists saved lives and reduced botched procedures. People around me family and friends fail to understand why my social time is usually time that is spent doing something productive with the intent of furthering my dreams.
I love this post, but I would add one thing. Time in the way we think about it is an invention of the industrial revolution. Quit believing in Time, except as necessary to not lose your job perhaps, and things will go much smoother. The trick is to pretend you are never, ever in a hurry.
Focusing on doing one thing a day and seeing to its fulfillment really helps nail time. Like this post.
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