Scrawled on a whiteboard in the conference room of Collins’ Boulder, Colorado office is a simple formula:
Collins decided years ago that a “big goal” in his life was to spend half of his working time on creative work — thinking, researching, and writing — a third of his time on teaching, and then cram everything else into the last 20%. The numbers on the whiteboard are a snapshot of his current distribution.
Friday, November 20, 2009
Fixing the Schedule
Cal Newport describes the benefits of the fixed schedule approach to time management, so you too can get everything done in 40 hours a week, if you're gritty enough.