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The Anxiety of Getting Things Done

What’s on your TODO list? Don’t get swamped under by all those little jobs you have to do today. Here’s some good tips and advice for those who wake up in a sweat every morning..

  1. Getting you to focus on the next task.
  2. Thinking about tasks in terms of where you do them, not what they’re about.
  3. Let your anxiety set your priorities.
  4. Calendars and deadlines.
  5. The Tickler.
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That Friday Feeling..

That Friday Feeling has been around since 1929! Thank Crunchie It’s Friday!
(Blame pron for that!)

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Jeremy has a bit about "What S …

Jeremy has a bit about “What Should I Do With My Life?” which just made it to slashdot too.

I’m convinced that business success in the future starts with the question, What should I do with my life? Yes, that’s right. The most obvious and universal question on our plates as human beings is the most urgent and pragmatic approach to sustainable success in our organizations. People don’t succeed by migrating to a “hot” industry ( one word: dotcom ) or by adopting a particular career-guiding mantra ( remember “horizontal careers”? ). They thrive by focusing on the question of who they really are — and connecting that to work that they truly love ( and, in so doing, unleashing a productive and creative power that they never imagined ). Companies don’t grow because they represent a particular sector or adopt the latest management approach. They win because they engage the hearts and minds of individuals who are dedicated to answering that life question.

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Your Most Important Financial …

Your Most Important Financial Decision – Be content with what you have.

Contentment isn’t a feeling or a mood; it’s a decision. Only by choosing to be content with what you already have can you accomplish your budget, saving, and investing goals. Without choosing contentment, you’ll be ensnared by a subtle but ever-expanding appetite for money and all the things it can purchase — and worst of all, it’s an appetite that’s never fulfilled.