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Summarizing Methods for Time Management
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Sabina A.

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Posted: Sep 25, 2012
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Hello all,

I am working on summarizing all major methods for managing time. Below is the link to the document. Feedback and suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Folke X

Posted: Sep 25, 2012
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I think you forgot to mention Michael Linenberger's MYN, which Toodledo already supports.

For a standard MYN preset in Toodledo, visit

This message was edited Sep 26, 2012.

Posted: Sep 25, 2012
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Posted: Sep 26, 2012
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Master Your Worday Now
Zen To Done
Eisenhower matrix
Pomodoro technique
Get Things Done
Checklist manifesto
F. Covey
Sabina A.

Toodledo Moderator
Posted: Sep 26, 2012
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Thank you! I have added a few methods to the doc., and I will look into all of these suggestions.

Posted: Sep 30, 2012
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How about Tony Robbins Time of Your Life

- Result
- Purpose
- Massive Action

Posted: Oct 21, 2012
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I like Mandal-Art but it is only on mobile devices. There is an English manual on this page that explains the principles:

Posted: Jan 22, 2013
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Here you have a FREE amazing Pomodoro Technique application for Android. The Google Play name is "Pomo-DoMore"

It allows you to synchronize with your Google Calendar tasks so you can do Pomodoro on them. Its also fully customizable and has a complete Pomodoro calendar to check your daily activity.

Hope you enjoy it as much as i do!

This message was edited Jan 22, 2013.

Posted: Jan 23, 2013
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How about a home management system, which was what brought me to use Toodledo in the first place. This site explains it thoroughly but what the site does is guide folks from domestic CHAOS (Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome) to a point where the home is reasonably clean and reasonably organized without the tears or usually the backsliding involved in this. It also helps people who are too perfectionist about this stuff to a place where they can live in a home instead of a museum.

She touts a website called Cozi which has a powerful shopping list tool and a few other things but I think Toodledo makes a far more powerful "Control Journal" plus Toodledo is a lot more stable than Cozi most of the time. Better yet, no ads.
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