As I was working on my text-file based tracking workspace, I remembered a kind of calendar I used to make back in the old days. I think I first made this calendar sometime in the mid 90s when I was working for Qualia, Inc., a startup game company that I was part of as a [...]
This has been one of those gear grinding weeks in which nothing planned seemed to get done. Seemingly dozens of ideas and opportunities whizzed by me as I cursed and shook my fist like an old man. Toward the middle of the week I decided to stop fighting it and take some time to figure [...]
Wow, Lifehackered Again! I am getting to know my host, FutureQuest.Net under situations that would normally be bad, but again I’m super impressed with their proactiveness and willingness to work with me to keep the shared server stable. They are one of the few hosts that I found that no one ever seems to badmouth. [...]
I’ve made some updates to older posts: For Hipster users, I’ve made 1-UP and Avery-compatible 3-UP of the Concrete Goals Tracker form. Also, there are several new locales available for the 2007 Compact Calendar, so if your language wasn’t there the first time, it might be there now. Check it out.
A few people are using the experimental Emergent Task Planner sheets, so I’ve updated them for 2007 and added a B&W version. So what is Emergent Task Planning? It’s a more directed version of Emergent Task Tracking, which is the form that helps you figure out where your time is disappearing to. Emergent Task Planning, [...]
Brand new for 2007, index card versions of the Concrete Goals Tracker. These might be useful for Hipster PDA users who are getting ready for the new year. In any case, I just felt like making them :-) These are for 3×5 cards, and are laid out 4 to a page. As you can see [...]
I’ve finally gotten the 2007 Edition of the Concrete Goals Tracker uploaded. If you haven’t tried it before, it’s a form designed to motivate high value behavior that gets you to your goals. It was the first form I published here, and it’s what started the whole Printable CEO™ series back in September 2005. The [...]