This week’s question comes from Laura. Q: It feels like I have too many tasks. On one hand there’s my email inbox. Then there’s my notebook, then there’s my long to-do list. I have so many things. Please advise me on how to progress.
This week’s question comes from Antonio in Montreal, Canada. Q: I went through your “Time Management Fundamentals” course. You said that when organizing tasks, anything between 5-15 minutes or of “no big importance” goes into the task reminders list. What happens when we have a lot of these tasks? Do you organize them into categories … Continue reading “Why “urgent” and “important” isn’t important anymore – Pick Dave’s Brain”
This week’s question comes from Iqbal in Letchworth Garden City, the UK. He asks: Q: I’m a fan of your time management course on LinkedIn Learning. I believe in the concept of a paperless office so I try to scan all of my pages. The issue is that as I am scanning the papers, they … Continue reading “Is your paperless office wasting your time? – Pick Dave’s Brain”
Having a fun “Oasis Month?” Here’s some inspiration to keep the good times rolling: each week in July I am releasing a unique video that shares one principle from my upcoming book The Power of Having Fun (coming in September). Watch the special, first video in the series here. In it, I share shocking statistics about … Continue reading “How having more fun gets more done”
Do you have a weekly oasis for refreshment? This week’s question comes from Ihab in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia. He asks: Q: Often during the weekend I have long, blank spaces in my calendar where I have nothing to do. However, I don’t want to create events during that day that are back-to-back and fill up … Continue reading “Here’s the problem with being a “weekend work warrior” – Pick Dave’s Brain”