I’ve found that the best ‘to do list’ isn’t a list but items on a calendar. That way not only do you have a list, but you can assign a time and length too. And if you don’t get a chance to do it in the alloted time you can adjust the length accordingly after the fact. It makes for a very nice historical record. it is this historical record that I am referencing in the podcast.
Productivity / Obligation
We know that one of the five facets* of life is productivity/obligation. if you keep a calendar then it is probably full of events in this category. But is that all that’s on there?
As we know you can’t tell if you’re doing too much, or not enough unless you measure. Anything worth knowing about is worth measuring, right? So why not indirectly measure your fun too. We’re not talking about a two week appointment on your calendar called “vacation.”
The Little Things
So what about the little things? You know, the little things that everyone does during the day or week that makes them happy? Something you would never make an appointment for…. But what if you did?
Upside Down has joined the epic duet of The Sword and the Sunflower and Amira. Upside Down is the prequel for those who have read the duet and have to know more about what happened in those thousand years… Btw, The Sword and the Sunflower is now available as an audiobook (audible, Apple, Google, Your Local Library). Check it out.
Mark Bradford developed a system to achieve goals, manage your energy and understand and strengthen your path – it’s Alchemy for Life.
He writes, coaches and speaks on the subject. For more information, tips and tricks, like Mark Bradford on Facebook, follow Mark Bradford on Twitter.
Schedule a 15 minute chat.
Articles are posted regularly on AlchemyFor.Life, and LinkedIn.