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How do you organize yourselves?

Do you create your own project with the name (Personal)? Or how do you organize yourselves? for example tasks for today?


Scott Theus
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Aug 01, 2019

Good question @Patrick Derlet !

I have a more "old school" approach for my personal organization. I use SO MUCH tech at work to keep projects organized that I am more effective when I actually write stuff down on paper. 

My morning/evening routine actually slows me down to pull my brain out of the technology and think through stuff on my own.  Currently I am using he Code and Quill Habit System, and I made myself a nice fountain pen to force my handwriting to be more slow and deliberate.


Teodora _Old Street Solutions_
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Aug 02, 2019

Like @Scott Theus, I'm also using the writing approach. Each morning I write down my daily tasks, and you can imagine the satisfaction of checking them Done one by one (with a Jira Service Desk black pencil haha).

I also have a personal space in Confluence if my initiatives need tracking, a calendar, and a few pages only for Notes.

I also use sticky notes from time to time, but sometimes I'm just covered with tons of flying heart-shaped papers than work :)


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