These 5 ways to blocking your time can help you focus on what really matters, rather than what’s just latest and loudest.
A blank calendar invites others to prioritize your time. But time blocking helps you see your commitments and communicate real availability.
School, work, and life are complex. You need a way of managing your commitments. If you’re looking for this, Todoist might be the tool for you.
Erik Fisher and Craig Jarrow discuss essential time management tools.
To finish goals or projects that seem to drag on forever, try time keys or splitting things up into smaller units.
Instead of simply focusing on skill development, Scott Young suggests that “benchmark projects” will tend to be more effective.