Google Domains. A Formula to Stop You from Overcommitting Your Time. When I dive into time coaching clients’ schedules, I consistently discover that people misdiagnose themselves as having a “productivity” problem when, in fact, their bigger issue is an overcommitment problem.
When they have committed to more external projects and personal goals and obligations than they have hours for in the day, they feel the massive weight of time debt. One of my coaching clients suffered from a huge amount of false guilt until he realized he had the unrealistic expectation that he could fit 160 hours of tasks into a 40-hour workweek. Effective time investment begins with accepting the reality that time is a finite resource. How to Make Your To-Do List Doable. Why We Humblebrag About Being Busy. We have a problem—and the odd thing is we not only know about it, we’re celebrating it.
Just today, someone boasted to me that she was so busy she’s averaged four hours of sleep a night for the last two weeks. She wasn’t complaining; she was proud of the fact. She is not alone. Why are typically rational people so irrational in their behavior? The answer, I believe, is that we’re in the midst of a bubble; one so vast that to be alive today in the developed world is to be affected, or infected, by it. 5 Reasons You Should Keep All Your Notes in One Place. Do you ever find yourself searching for that one note that you know you wrote down somewhere?
Perhaps, it is a last-minute frantic search for a piece of information that you need. Or you have been endlessly searching for days for that missing document. You need to keep your notes in one place. 5 Reasons You Should Keep All Your Notes in One Place.