Two Easy Ways to Move Up to MYN (and so handle many more tasks)
If you have been using the One Minute To-Do List (1MTD) system but have now built up more than 100 open tasks, 1MTD is probably bogging down (see below) and so it’s now time to advance to MYN.
Here are 2 easy ways to move up to MYN:
Either of these quick steps will enable you to advance from 1MTD to MYN in a matter of minutes. And once you find that MYN does solve your higher level of task overload, you may then want to step up to my even more advanced video classes for Outlook or Toodledo so you can learn the full toolset that MYN has to offer. But that's optional; for now get started today with these simple first steps.
How to Know When 1MTD (or MYN) Is Bogging Down
Does it seem like your One Minute To-Do List (1MTD) or MYN system is not working anymore? Does it seem like you have way too many tasks in your to do list? Because of that, are you no longer trusting or using your task list?
This can happen if you exceed the recommended limits for each of the three urgency zones. Here are the recommended maximum’s (and the recommended review cycles) for each zone: Read More
Thoughts on Microsoft’s Surface 3 Tablet - Just Released
Microsoft just released for sale the new Surface 3, which advances their low-end Surface RT tablet line in a major way. Don’t get this confused with the older Surface Pro 3, which is much different.
There is a lot of power in this 10.8 inch full Windows tablet because it comes with 64 GB of storage, it uses the latest fast Atom x7 processor, and it has an active pen digitizer screen—all for $499. However, if you intend to use it mainly as a laptop replacement, the price jumps to $729 once you add a keyboard and opt for the 128GB/4GB model. At that price you might do better with a very lightweight laptop. And with Windows 10 coming out this summer should you buy now? Read More