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comment Arranging next actions to figure out what to do next
I have great difficulty making this work in Excel without add-ons. To replicate my difficulty, just copy the table above and click "Insert->Chart->Scatter". Is there some trick?
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comment How to present my work overload to others
Extended for over a year, and actually, the people in question are already getting on the same page about possible solutions. I just have trouble explaining the causes of the problem. I do technical work so a list of my tasks becomes meaningless when passed up the chain of command; I need better ways to pass something up the chain that remains meaningful.
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comment How to present my work overload to others
I like how the tasks flow from left to right; it makes the progress feel faster somehow.
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comment Arranging next actions to figure out what to do next
+1 because this is what I'm already doing, and this works well for tracking more carefully the 5-10 things that end up being selected. After reading the link, I think my current goal is actually a bit anti-ZTD---how to more easily keep an eye out on all 80 items, including the 70 "less-essential" ones.