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You're living out the Seven Highly Effective Pomodoros of Getting Things Done. With color coding. :) That's a facetious way of saying that you're trying to optimize everything at once in addition to juggling (at least) three different management systems. Evidence of this is the sheer number of questions you're asking here. I recommend picking one thing ...


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Deciding on an organization system and implementing it is to overwhelming/takes to long/doesn't work. By this time, you have certain habits. It doesn't really matter that they enable you to have a mess - they are with you anyway. When you decide to make a revolution and install a new process, a part of you naturally resists it. Change like that ...


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I'd definitely vote for a single board here. That will improve overall visibility what's going on and where you are with all of your tasks. It will also reduce additional overhead of switching between these boards. Assuming you're using KanbanFlow (as you stated in a comment), you may categorize your stuff by following ways: A separate color for tasks. ...


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Get two cardboard boxes and a big trash bag. Write "Donate" on one of the boxes. Start with one square foot full of "physical mess" in your place. Put everything into the unmarked box. For every item in the cardboard box, decide where it belongs: Archive? If so, file it. Donate? If so, put it in the "Donate" box. Trash? If so, put it in the trash bag. ...


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How about something simple like a text or spredsheet document, a note in Evernote, a page in your private wiki or something like that. Something you can easily access and easily edit. I sometimes use the three daily outcomes and the three weekly outcomes at work. For daily outcomes I use a TODO item (task) that is scheduled today and contains the three ...



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