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accepted Recording personal progress on activities (projects)
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comment Recording personal progress on activities (projects)
This is what I'm directing too. I only have to do what I have in my todo list. Actually for me the todo list serves as a reminder if I don't know what to do (and for things I don't want to forget). But it's good to write the completed task additionaly to the todo list, to see that I made some progress. This is the technical point of view. I'm fighting a little the psychological (I usually don't resist and start something new instead of finishing old. I'm not sure if I could only write that to todo list and work on it someday).
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comment Recording personal progress on activities (projects)
Do you know some psychological technique, how to overcome this passion and make a record about what I'm doing and what time is suitable for making a record? (I don't like alarms too, if this could help) and at the same time during recording I don't what to stop being creative and forget good ideas.
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comment Recording personal progress on activities (projects)
Thank you, your answer is useful for me. The task list can be tracked and I can see what was completed and what wasn't. But I'm used to not set particular time slots in my task list (I don't like pressure and determination what I will do, if I will determine time slots I have a need to do something else). So, I will do what I think is most important and am passionate for most, but many times these are the tasks I don't even write to the task list, then I have many ideas arised from my task, a lot of work has been done but I don't have a record about it.
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asked Recording personal progress on activities (projects)