Taking time on a regular basis (perhaps weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or quarterly) can be invaluable to keep thing moving on the personal and professional levels.
A couple of years ago I hosted the 21 for 21, a series of 21 minute co-working sprints which ran for 21 days. Over the course of 3 weeks things really got one in these micro-windows of time. Together, the 21 minutes a day, over 21 days added up to move than 7 and a half hours of found time – really a full day of work! Over the course of the 21 for 21 sprints people completed websites, edited books, even used the time to reach out to lost contacts.
From the 21 for 21 came a great template for developing a Running Task List. I want to share that with you today. Take a few minutes to DOWNLOAD the Running Task List here, and let me know how you use it. Take a photo and tag it with #PlanDoTrack (the name of my panning system) as this is a key part of planning.
Enjoy the reflection and the time making your running task list!
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