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comment Where do I leave 'keep in mind' things?
@KyleHayes: if your todo list is growing, then you get more work than you can handle. Apply the 4 D's: for each item on your list: do it, dump it, delegate it, defer it. If you don't make this decision, it will fall off your list anyway (which is equal to 'dump it').
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comment Where do I leave 'keep in mind' things?
A note on my calendar won't work, since I'm using Google Calendar. However, your suggestion of making it part of the weekly review is brilliant. I have now added a column 'keep in mind' to my backlog, which gets reviewed every week. That way it stays in the back of my mind, instead of getting lost completely.
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comment Where do I leave 'keep in mind' things?
@Muz: seperate papers get lost really fast, or they have a tendency to pile up, in which case I don't review them anymore.
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accepted Where do I leave 'keep in mind' things?
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asked Where do I leave 'keep in mind' things?
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accepted How to handle emerging sub tasks and dismissed tasks-in-progress
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comment How to handle emerging sub tasks and dismissed tasks-in-progress
What do I do with my estimate in the case of split up (1)?
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asked How to handle emerging sub tasks and dismissed tasks-in-progress