Posts Tagged with "schedule"

How to Avoid Overbooking Yourself as a Scanner

Thursday, September 1, 2011

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How to Avoid Overbooking Yourself as a Scanner

This is a guest post by Benjamin Paul. If you’re a scanner, multipotentialite, lovable space cadet, or whatever you like to call yourself, one of your biggest grievances with the world is probably that you just don’t have enough time to pursue everything you want to pursue. Maybe you’re a waiter who has no time […]

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How Multitasking Can Make You MORE Effective

Thursday, June 23, 2011

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How Multitasking Can Make You MORE Effective

  This is part 2 of The Multi-Focus Maverick Series. This series is all about how to split up your time effectively so that you can focus on many things and still make progress on your goals. Check out part 1 here. *** In the last installment of this series, we talked about what it […]

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Multipotentialitie Mornings: How to Guarantee Success for the Day

Monday, May 23, 2011

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Multipotentialitie Mornings: How to Guarantee Success for the Day

This is a guest post by Nathan Agin of Nonstop Awesomeness. Does your day start, or do you start your day? Taking a shower and eating breakfast can be necessary parts of your morning, but what about activities that allow you to live your strongest days, preparing you to tackle all your creative work and […]

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Monetizing Your Passions – Episode 5 of Undeclared for Life

Thursday, March 17, 2011

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Monetizing Your Passions – Episode 5 of Undeclared for Life

Alright, lets see a show of hands... Who's ready to brainstorm some creative ways to finance their many pursuits? (I'm imagining you in front of your computer, waving your hand, just so you know.)

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How To Pursue Your Many Interests Without Getting Overwhelmed

Monday, September 27, 2010

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How To Pursue Your Many Interests Without Getting Overwhelmed

We’ve all been there. We’ve all felt that paralyzing feeling that comes with having a ton of different ideas and not enough time to work on them all. You prioritize one thing, but your mind keeps nagging at you and telling you to work on something else. After a little while, you jump to that […]

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