MORE IDEAS FROM My Productivity System. How I Use a Calendar and a To-Do List to Stay Organised - Magoz Blog
The to-do list is for tasks and always requires actions to be completed. Meanwhile, the calendar is for events that happen by themselves, and may require participation.
Some events require tasks for a satisfactory completion, but those are tasks associated with the event, not part of the event. For instance: A meeting may require the task of reading, but the meeting is happening anyway.
Time-blocking consists of assigning individual tasks to manageable time slots.
Instead of writing out short tasks alongside hours-long tasks on your list for the day and hoping you have enough time to tackle it all, this approach lets you set realistic goals for yourself one task at a time.
Is a simple productivity exercise and means using your calendar to block time for your most important priorities.
During that time, you only work on that one thing. This way, you don’t have to think, “What should I do next?”
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