Want to know our secret to achieving balance in your life? For making you soul smile in the midst of your crazy life pressures, stress and commitments?
A day. The default unit for our time and priority management closely followed by the breakdown hours and sometimes minutes. We need to harness this correctly.
One of the key principles in the Red Urchin time management system is the first level filtering of tasks using the 4 D’s (See The 4D’s of Time Management). The 2nd ‘D’ is to “Decide when to do a task”. This decision is critically important to the Red Urchin system and is what distinguishes powerful time management applications such as Red Urchin from linear To Do lists.
There is a number of ways to find and open a sub-page (Communication, Goal, Meeting, Notes) that you have entered.
Setting goals is all about achieve-ability. Unless you can reasonably achieve goals then there is no point in setting them, so set goals that are specific, achievable, have a timeframe and can be broken down into smaller steps.
One of the key pillars of the Red Urchin Time Management System is continuity and a core process is pre-planning your day before it arrives. We want the ‘To Do Today’ page for any given day to be pre-populated with activities, but what is the best way to approach it?
So what is the major difference and more importantly benefits between using a straight line ToDo list versus a time management system like Red Urchin?
There is a big difference in urgent tasks versus important tasks, but it is how we identify them, prioritise them and action them that makes the difference.
One of the main design elements of Red Urchin is that you can enter data on any line leaving blanks between lines if you want to.