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I think the kanban method can help you. Like you, I have so many things in mind I want to start. I am visual, so I used something I can see. I use Evernote. I use my cork board. How? I write everything I needed to do and place them on my to-do list. It will always be there. I will not missed them. I do not have to think about them again and again. ...


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You give more time to that which is important to you. And you decide what is important to you, not anyone else. When it comes to communication, there is no such thing as over communication. Instead, you look into the quality of communication you have with your partner. Both of you must try to align your individual goals with your common goals. That way, ...


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Try this. Answer the following questions? What do I really want to achieve? Being a programmer can be a goal -- or it can be a means to achieve your bigger goal. What are my talents and skills that will make me the best at it? What will keep me going? Answering these three questions should help you. Your questions tell me that you already know your ...


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I wouldn't think of this scenario as a main goal with huge secondary goals - I'd think of each goal as a project with next actions. So you want to get a job that requires school that requires money. Your primary project, right now is to figure out a way to fund school. Within that you have tons of actions to perform. You also have another project on the ...


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Enter the PDSA cycles (Plan Do Study Adjust - Sometimes called PDCA, Plan Do Check Act, aka the scientific method). The paradigm of planning you propose is a bit like "I'm going to get there with my bike, so I just take a glance at the beginning, make a mental note of where are the bumps and the pathways, then close my eyes and start hitting the pedals". ...


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You've basically answered your own question, everyones goals may require different paths to achieve and its about not losing focus on what you are working towards. Building a foundation in order to succeed in achieving is the surefire way of getting what you want. Deviation and set backs do not mean you've failed - a good mantra is progress, not perfection. ...



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