1. Find out if you can better plan, organize, and manage your tasks with paper or electronic helpers
If you are the "paper type":
- Have your notebook with you, review the day in the evening, and make a note of the most important, less enjoyable but educational experience.
- Create “to do list”, handwritten in keywords, strike through completed immediately
- Create Panel Folder 1 - 31 with Table of Contents 1 - 31 for each day of the month with quick-change Sticky Notes.
If you are the "Electronic Systems Type":
- Find yourself the most appropriate cross-device software which lets you seamlessly switch between smartphone, tablet and computer.
Tip: A good starting point is the free version of Evernote: www.evernote.com
- Start thinking about every aspect of planning, organizing and doing tasks at the beginning which repeat themselves so that you can create patterns, structures, standards for them
- Schedule the use of the system of your choice for fixed times of the day, so that a regularity results
2. Do the most important and possibly rather unpleasant in the morning
- This ensures well-being, sense of achievement and a clear mind for the following things.
3. Allow yourself a review at the end of the day or week
- Seeing how much you have done will give you the momentum for the next day or the next week
- If something is not so successful, you now have the opportunity to draw conclusions from it and to use learning profit on current planning, organization and completion of tasks immediately.