Dan Hill sent me a great comment about budgeting with regards to my finance questions of yesterday, and today, it struck me: budgeting our attention is just as important, and in some ways, even MORE important.
Maybe this is a variation of the time hack I mentioned this morning about consuming versus creating, but I think it goes a little deeper in its execution. I think it’s a great way to consider getting things done (gtd). What do you think?
Here’s a stab at a plan for breaking up the hours. By the way, let’s call this the waking hours you normally would allocate to things that aren’t eating, traveling between places, etc. Maybe this totals 7 hours at work plus 4 hours at night. I don’t know. That’s yours to consider. Here’s what I’m thinking about:
That all adds up to 100% allotment of whatever time you are normally slicing. What would your schedule look like thrown into those points? When you view this on the micro level of a day, how many hours should you be doing each activity?
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tags: gtd, hacks, productivity, timemanagement, attention