Use these pair of three principles for effective planning and execution of your project. It saves time and gets great results.
Use simple lists of goals and of tasks to quickly answer a question “Are we there yet?” for any project.
Having clean list of meaningful tasks one of the foundations in successful time management. You need a smart to-do checklist if you want to reduce anxiety, save time, and become get-it-done-on-time-no-stress type. It’s called backlog.
Working 60 hours a week? Want to scale back to 40? The secret: plan ahead for 40 and keep it as a goal.
Don’t use Microsoft Outlook Task feature. Use simple mail items to manage your tasks. This approach reduces places you need to look, it reduces number of clicks you need to make. It will save you a lot of time which you could use more productively.