Category Archives : Tossing

The Problem of Capturing (without Tossing) 1

I just read an article that describes the “problem” of capturing everything, in which I think, by the end, the solution turns out to be worse than the original issue. The article can be found at Merlin Mann’s site — 43 folders —  under the title: The Problem of Ubiquitous Capture. The author, Matt Wood,  […]

Saying No

Since moving back to Jamaica from the U.S. I have had to learn the power of critical importance of saying no. There is no magic to either geographic location, it’s just that the complete and total change of environment naturally leads one to create new time demands that are impossible to fulfill.  There is also […]

Ways to Say No

Critical to improving one’s productivity and moving up the belts in 2Time is the ability to say “No.” Here are some ways, as contributed by a reader of this blog, YCC. Things You MUST Learn To Say To Manage Your Time “Excuse me, I hate to cut you off, but I have an appointment.” “That […]

More on Tossing

Here is an interesting article on the need to de-clutter a physical space from 43 Folders. The thing about clutter is that each and every piece represents a Time Demand that preys on the mind in the form of a delayed action, a feeling of guilt or something that we think is automatically overwhelming. Only […]