The Timetable that works — Pt.3 (Sweet and Sour)
The Timetable that works — Part 1
100% of people have created a timetable on a sheet of paper followed it for 1 week and then relapsed. This article is a…
The Timetable that works — Part 2
After reading article 1 (link here )you know the 5 macros of your daily time diet. Let’s dive deeper into a macro now…
Now that you understand the macros (Part 1 )and micros and have an idea about ordering them (Part 2). This final article will help you to implement.
Micros and Macros are of two types —
· Sour — The ones that consume energy to be done
· Sweet — The ones that make you more energetic
Example: Macro Distribution of Sour and Sweet division for me.
Example: Micro-level Sour and Sweet division for me.
Sweet — Writing my articles, taking a bath, listening to songs, playing games
Sour — Coding for my job, practicing questions, Editing my articles.
Doing Too many sour tasks in a cluster can drain your energy.
Trick — Mix up the sour and sweets during the day to get everything done.
Summary of the 3 articles:-
1. Under your 5 macros and set your Budgets
2. Divide your macros into micros and order them by size
3. Mix energy giving and energy taking activities throughout the day.
In these articles, I shared my secrets for time management that I use daily.
These frameworks are only to get you started, feel free to customize them.
The app I use for my time management — Sectograph on Playstore.
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