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Maciej Trojanowicz

Shared February 10, 2017

Ciekawe podejście do planowania work/life balance.

Jason Toney

Shared June 23, 2018

Might try

Asma .

Shared March 1, 2017

occasional

Vartika Bansal

Shared December 19, 2016

Worth adapting the framework to our schedules

Amir Ehsani

Shared March 21, 2017

Good article.
I will try this schedule:)

Karmi Phuc

Shared January 2, 2017

Thoughtful

Jacob Shin

Shared March 26, 2017

Fascinating but I don't think the author has a family...

Daniel D'uwa

Shared March 26, 2017

Life the doability of this article. #MotivationMonday #throwback #reads

Nabha Cosley

Shared April 23, 2017

I wanted the freedom and flexibility to own my schedule and the space to bring my ideas to life.

barhoumi oussama

Shared March 20, 2018

work,play,fit,push..
#MorningThoughts

Sergei Ivanov

Shared May 20, 2018

new ine

Lauren Jones

Shared June 13, 2018

Batching actions into specific days, I like that.

Harit Himanshu

Shared December 29, 2016

Some great ideas to schedule your week and creating holes to think

Guido Verboom

Shared January 5, 2017

priorities

Denis Morozov

Shared June 13, 2017

Interesting idea for week/day planning

Dona JH

Shared December 9, 2017

"In my first attempt, I mapped out my day hour by hour, squeezing in all the elements of what I defined as an “ideal day.” After a few weeks, I ended up feeling like a robot"
للأسف كل محاولاتي السابقة للتخطيط كنت أتبع بالضبط نفس الخطأ، أخطط ساعة بساعة فعليًا، وينتهي بنفس الفكرة: " كأن صرت ريبورت وأنا مدري؟"
وبعدين أترك التخطيط لأن من وجهة نظري أنا إنسان يفضل العيش بعشوائية؛ ويكون فقط لكل يوم لستة المهام المطلوبة :)
بعد القراءة لهذا المقال أظن لا بأس من إعادة التجربة وفق هذا النظام 💁🏻‍♀️✔️

In my first attempt, I mapped out my day hour by hour, squeezing in all the elements of what I defined as an “ideal day.” After a few weeks, I ended up feeling like a robot

Dona JH

Shared December 9, 2017

"In my first attempt, I mapped out my day hour by hour, squeezing in all the elements of what I defined as an “ideal day.” After a few weeks, I ended up feeling like a robot"
للأسف كل محاولاتي السابقة للتخطيط كنت أتبع بالضبط نفس الخطأ، أخطط ساعة بساعة فعليًا، وينتهي بنفس الفكرة: " كأن صرت ريبورت وأنا مدري؟"
وبعدين أترك التخطيط لأن من وجهة نظري أنا إنسان يفضل العيش بعشوائية؛ ويكون فقط لكل يوم لستة المهام المطلوبة :)
بعد القراءة لهذا المقال أظن لا بأس من إعادة التجربة وفق هذا النظام 💁🏻‍♀️✔️

In my first attempt, I mapped out my day hour by hour, squeezing in all the elements of what I defined as an “ideal day.” After a few weeks, I ended up feeling like a robot

Lily Elmore

Shared December 25, 2016

Week planning seems like an effective way to work towards goals.

'ttushka

Shared January 5, 2017

interesting concept for balancing structure and chaos (aka creative freedom), might try that out for myself

Tarun Avasthy

Shared January 5, 2017

👍🏽

manoj prabakar

Shared March 14, 2017

Super

Burak Coskun

Shared March 27, 2017

worth reading.

AINI LENG MI FUNG

Shared April 16, 2017

Sucks in time management, surely will try this method ASAP!

Samiksha Agarwal

Shared June 26, 2017

Time Management necessary now-a-days!

Julia Gutiérrez Ocaña

Shared August 11, 2017

A great idea yo organize days better

Markus Tomas

Shared January 16, 2018

Interesting way to think about it

Stephen Norris

Shared February 25, 2018

Well, Monday is looming so I thought that this piece of advice about scheduling your day for peak creativity might help some of you smash those Monday blues and achieve something in the process!

Lachlan Bell

Shared April 5, 2018

The idea of "spontaneous Saturday" to offset the structure of the rest of the week sounds like a fantastic idea, and a great way to keep your spark alive and avoid becoming too rigid and inflexible.

KL C

Shared April 13, 2018

categories of an ideal day and how I can batch my time to be most effective

Challa F.

Shared December 12, 2017

I love the idea of this. I was just saying this morning my day was making me feel like a robot. I needed to switch some things up since I hadn't done a single thing creative all month long!

Tessa Foris

Shared March 25, 2018

😀

Aaron Via

Shared July 1, 2018

Love the balance of the approach!

Gaurav Daga

Shared September 11, 2017

Creative tool for time management

Luiz Carlos V. B. da S. Júnior

Shared December 26, 2016

Really good article, it gave me lots of ideas!

Brenda Young

Shared December 28, 2016

Very interesting concept to time management.

Saeed Ahadiyan

Shared January 5, 2017

This is a really helpful method for getting the best out of every week.

Rushabh Mehta

Shared January 11, 2017

creative schedule....mix and match from each field....

Digital Team

Shared January 13, 2017

blablabla

Drew Fajen

Shared January 3, 2017

Interesting productivity tips-- work, play, fit, push could be an interesting structure to try.

椒盐蘑菇 Grace

Shared January 18, 2017

Nice ideas

Maria Sokolova

Shared January 20, 2017

This sounds like a plan

Tony Blanco

Shared January 22, 2017

A essayer !

Ciera Ward

Shared January 26, 2017

Must read this!

Christian James Welly

Shared January 29, 2017

In a JC where we are so pressed for time, perhaps a plan like this can help us all to maximise the limited time we have.

Liu He

Shared January 1, 2017


Sagar Narayan

Shared February 2, 2017

this was one of my interest, hope other find it the same.

Lyailya Kovalchuk

Shared February 21, 2017

This is test

Keenan Robbins

Shared March 3, 2017

I read this and it was a great story❤

Kendra Holtz

Shared March 7, 2017

I get caught up trying to schedule my day hour by hour, and always feel disappointed at the end of the day if I didn't perform perfectly (Dane can testify).

Thus, I am changing my organization methods as per the suggestions of this excellent article.

Lisa Malone

Shared April 15, 2017

I found this to be a helpful article.

Hoàng Đạt Dương

Shared April 21, 2017

very nice method to apply

Imran Munshi

Shared April 27, 2017

good one

Vinita Sharma

Shared April 27, 2017

Very well written!

Tadas V

Shared May 11, 2017

Push: Since learning and growth is important to me, I do something that scares me (almost) every day. This may be asking someone whom I deeply respect for an interview or writing about a topic that makes me feel vulnerable.

Shiran Ba

Shared May 13, 2017

Great way to schedule the week in order to achieve goals

Jamila Conrad

Shared May 14, 2017

Wow its beutyfoul

Keeren Flora

Shared June 13, 2017

Work, push, play, fit, repeat. Makes sense.

NEERAJ DHULDHULE

Shared June 24, 2017

do it diligently

Richard Neaver

Shared July 21, 2017

nice

braden Music

Shared August 11, 2017

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Pontus Lundgren

Shared August 13, 2017

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One of the biggest challenges was structuring my time so I was fully experiencing the benefits of working for myself while also being as creative and productive as possible

Leo King

Shared August 14, 2017

Useful !

Christina Parkhurst

Shared August 15, 2017

That is cute

James Rascon

Shared September 2, 2017

Great tips for starting out your day right.

Masha Nikitina

Shared October 10, 2017

Nice !

beauty 898

Shared October 23, 2017

nice

Cynthia Welch

Shared October 18, 2017

I think this a brilliant idea, as a college student I’ve tried planning out every hour and honestly it causes more stress than it resolves. I’m definitely gonna ty this.

Mohammad Jj

Shared November 3, 2017

I liket

teagan adams

Shared November 10, 2017

For me, these days are for marketing and sales and backend stuff. and then every day is also putting out content etc. and these go for during my doogoods focus block

CALLS and MEETINGS on Tuesday/Thursday:

Celia Myers-Martin

Shared November 21, 2017

For all you out there who are serial entrepreneurs or juggling jobs while developing ideas or those of you who are an Independent applying your skill set to what and where you want when you want.

Christa Prophete

Shared November 29, 2017

very helpful

Rokhini Prabhu

Shared December 5, 2017

How do I stop putting off the stuff I hate but still have to do?

Rokhini Prabhu

Shared December 5, 2017

How do I avoid interruptions that mess with my creative flow?

Rokhini Prabhu

Shared December 5, 2017

The million dollar question.

How do I stop putting off the stuff I hate but still have to do?

Rokhini Prabhu

Shared December 5, 2017

Want it all.

How do I make sure I’m getting stuff done, taking care of myself, making time from for play, and actively pushing myself outside my comfort zone?

Rokhini Prabhu

Shared December 5, 2017

How to do stick to that and not just avoid it though?

“Hate you but have to do you” is saved for Wednesday morning: Things like paying bills, clearing out my email inbox, and the like, take up just one morning.

Noel Jacob

Shared December 10, 2017

My problem became more clear: How do I make sure I’m getting stuff done, taking care of myself, making time from for play, and actively pushing myself outside my comfort zone?That’s when I developed a framework called “Work, Play, Fit, Push.”

Vergil Meizikyn

Shared December 15, 2017

Worth the read to anyone looking for productive scheduling habits

Maurice Robinson

Shared January 4, 2018

How to schedule your day

1. Set priorities on Sunday.
Every Sunday, I sit down and map out my week. Instead of defining the hour-by-hour of each day, I outline my weekly priorities and what I want to have accomplished by the following Sunday

Chantal Poirier

Shared January 8, 2018

effective.

sk reza

Shared February 2, 2018

Confronting

Tracy Chau

Shared February 17, 2018

Work, Play, Fit, Push

Gary Vaynerchuk

Shared March 8, 2018

Cool!

started working for myself

Leyi You

Shared March 11, 2018

This article has really inspired me to create a timetable. It's so lovely to sit down and read this so I've recommended.

Shie Papio

Shared March 26, 2018

My problem became more clear: How do I make sure I’m getting stuff done, taking care of myself, making time from for play, and actively pushing myself outside my comfort zone?

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Shared March 26, 2018

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About four years ago I started working for myself. I wanted the freedom and flexibility to own my schedule and the space to bring my ideas to life.

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Shared April 4, 2018

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Sonia Kamboj

Shared April 15, 2018

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Jamie Foo

Shared April 23, 2018

in the busy, crazy world, this seems pretty helpful. gonna give it a try!

Davy Thielens

Shared May 20, 2018

Seems a worthwhile way of planning your work week. Time to give this a go.

Altan Öztürk

Shared May 31, 2018

Play: I’ve found that play enables me to self-express, reflect, and give my ideas space, which shows up positively in my work. Making time to create art, get into nature, go on photo walks, read poetry, skip down sidewalks and the like puts me in a constant state of curiosity and flow.Fit: Movement keeps ideas moving forward so I aim to move my body for at least 30 minutes each day.Push: Since learning and growth is important to me, I do something that scares me (almost) every day. This may be asking someone whom I deeply respect for an interview or writing about a topic that makes me feel vulnerable.

Erika Zane Aguanta

Shared June 1, 2018

nice

Soe Wei Yan Phyo

Shared June 3, 2018

2. Map out work, play, fit, and push.
Work: For each day, I outline my “Top 3,” meaning the three most important things I will have accomplished by the end of the day. Sometimes I’ll map out the entire week on Sunday because my priorities are super clear. Other times, I’ll decide on my Top 3 on a day-by-day basis.

Play: I’ve found that play enables me to self-express, reflect, and give my ideas space, which shows up positively in my work. Making time to create art, get into nature, go on photo walks, read poetry, skip down sidewalks and the like puts me in a constant state of curiosity and flow.

Fit: Movement keeps ideas moving forward so I aim to move my body for at least 30 minutes each day.

Push: Since learning and growth is important to me, I do something that scares me (almost) every day. This may be asking someone whom I deeply respect for an interview or writing about a topic that makes me feel vulnerable.

Vanessa Bermudez

Shared June 11, 2018

1. Plan out categories, not blocks of time, for each day
2. Follow the Work, Play, Fit, Push routine

Oliver Cvijanovic

Shared June 21, 2018


Mai Hussein

Shared June 21, 2018

the best way to plan your time

秋海 方

Shared June 30, 2018

先 ,Nnn oL

Blair Gentry

Shared July 11, 2018

WORK • FIT • PLAY • PUSH

How do I make sure I’m getting stuff done, taking care of myself, making time from for play, and actively pushing myself outside my comfort zone?

How do I make sure I’m getting stuff done, taking care of myself, making time from for play, and actively pushing myself outside my comfort zone?

Shiran Ba

Shared March 24, 2017

A new look on how to plan your weekly schedule

Richa Verma

Shared April 8, 2017

#PeakCreativePerformance #Timemanagement #productivity

peak creative performance

Kelly M

Shared June 15, 2017

schedule a block for miserable tasks

“Hate you but have to do you” is saved for Wednesday morning: Things like paying bills, clearing out my email inbox, and the like, take up just one morning.

Dav Teel

Shared February 21, 2018

Makes sense

Kevin Flynn

Shared March 29, 2018

Interesting approach for those working on their own.

Zay Zavala

Shared October 26, 2017

¡Interesante!