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comment How to keep up with a todo application?
Yes this is obvious but it needs to be said, so it's helpful. I share @RobDel 's situation: I got the idea, but can't keep up. I got a lot of projects, but feel that I can't drop any of them. I'm so busy sawing that I don't take time to sharpen the saw. In the end, I'm only human and I only have 24 hours each day (and everbody's gotta sleep!) so I am working on accepting that the projects at the bottom of my list, though relevant, are going to have to suffer. C'est la vie.
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answered Todo list - Evernote vs Trello
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accepted How can I spend less time optimizing and more time executing?
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comment How can I spend less time optimizing and more time executing?
Please Steve, stop arguing what you think my mind thinks. I asked a straightforward question, and you're not addressing that. I'm not discussing capturing ideas. I'm discussing pointless pilfering.
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comment How can I spend less time optimizing and more time executing?
It's not at all about capturing ideas. I've got that nailed. It's about not doing my to'do's. I think you're on the wrong track here.
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comment How can I spend less time optimizing and more time executing?
@Martin: Private stuff in Pocket Informant (a brilliant smartphone calendar&task app), work stuff in Workflowy.com (online outliner), and hobby software- and web-development in FogBugz.com. They each provide plenty of slice-and-dice options as well as restructuring the content, and fiddling with settings :-)
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comment How can I spend less time optimizing and more time executing?
Epic win: oooh, another system to tinker with! ;-) I'd better stay away from that but the pomodoro idea is something I need to look into, that sounds useful, and also too simple to tinker with.
Jan
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comment How can I spend less time optimizing and more time executing?
I already have a simple system (no tweaks possible!) for capturing good ideas. The problem is playing with my to-do application rather than doing the to-do's...
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comment How to be more productive at my own side project while having a family and a full-time job?
I'm exactly in the asker's situation, and this is excellent advice!
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comment How to improve Self-Discipline?
Why #6? Isn't it helpful to have others know of my plan, so that they can support me and I feel more obligation to follow through with my plan?
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comment TO-DO app with ability to categorize, set due dates, priorities and notes for a task
Toodledo also nicely integrates by data API to smartphone tools. On my iPhone, I am using the excellent "Pocket Informant" calendar which has a fantastic to-do section.