I admitted I had a problem. I planned. I prioritized. I executed. And now here I am at the end of five days, having gone through an experience that I likely don’t want to touch again anytime soon, but at least things got done. So what have we learned from this experience? I guess one… Continue reading Prioritizing’s a Pain, Part 5: What Did We Learn?
Okay, Day 3 of trying to better prioritize a list of tasks that need to get done! So I’ve figured out what I need to do, and the method to use to figure out which items are the most urgent. Now it’s time to put these tools to use so I can create a game… Continue reading Prioritizing’s a Pain, Part 3: Creating the Plan
So after chatting with Sarah yesterday while preparing our ceremony schedule, it turns out that some of the tasks on yesterday’s wedding list aren’t so immediate—the appointment to look at rings can wait ’til March, and the designs for the programs and the cake boxes can wait until April. That’s a bit off of my shoulders.… Continue reading Prioritizing’s a Pain, Part 2: How to Prioritize
I don’t wanna. Maybe later. I just don’t feel like it. There’s a ton of things to do, and I don’t want to do them. Yup. You heard me. I really just want to slack off and not bother with them. However, I’m not going to allow myself that option. Kevin challenged me some time… Continue reading Prioritizing’s a Pain, Part 1: Defining the Tasks