I have been noticing a few habits as I’m logging my time this week. Whenever I stop a project, I check email for about 10 minutes. I also do this whenever I return to my desk. I experience a gap between intention and action; after realizing I needed to go to Kinko’s, for instance, it took a while to actually walk out the door. Perhaps a topic to explore i… read more »
The act of observing something changes the thing being observed. That principle of physics has applications to our lives. If you’ve ever kept a food journal, you know that sheer embarrassment can keep you from writing “ate 3 donuts in 30 seconds while standing over sink.” Likewise, recording our time makes us aware of its passing. I star… read more »
I plan to keep track of my time this week. It’s been a while since I’ve done so, and I’m curious to see what my life looks like right now. Unlike my other “168 Hour Challenges,” this one is pretty spur-of-the-moment, so I haven’t had time to plan my week and make sure it looks good. Much of my work is just plugging along sort o… read more »
It’s been a great week! I gave a speech last night to the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Mid-Atlantic chapter in Wilmington, DE. Several women logged their time as part of the workshop, and called the experience eye-opening.
It reminded me that it has been a while since I’ve posted any time logs here. In addition, a number of BNE… read more »
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