How do you proioritise your time between tasks?

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  1. MyspaceisstillCool

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    I have 3 main methods i am working on but also i get ideas for side shoots all the time. Also as i learn new stuff about one method i realise it could apply to one other the others so have ideas to mix and match and stuff.

    I find i can get swamped down wiht all the ideas, jakc of all trades master of non type deal.

    Im getting better at thinking which is most important tho. I said to myself which one is most likely to producse results quickest and work from there.

    How do you guys work it?
     
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    Very very badly... if you looked up jack in the dictionary I think my pic would be right there... interested too for some magic answers and technique...
     
  3. uncutu

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    Look up 'GTD method' and 'time management quadrants'

    I use http://www.getontracks.org/ to schedule tasks and divide them into my four quadrants and Cherrytree to write detailed notes on methods.
     
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    for me i use trello and evernote...

    the GTD methode and braimstorming for tony bozan are the guide to look for
     
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    Well, it's not that difficult, you just need to:
    - Keep a to-do list
    - Set goals
    - Avoid procrastination
    - Prioritize
    - Break down tasks
    - Revise your work constantly
    If you manage to do that, you should be on a good path :D
     
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    I use a big desk with a lot of scribbled A4 papers. Writing something down helps me think. When I get ideas I don't force myself to organize it. I then reread it the next day and if it doesn't seem like shit (apart from my handwriting) I basically do what DrFreemna said above.

    I use MediaWiki for the polished structure of my plans. I put it on a subdomain and share it with anyone who needs to know.
     
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  7. aalvestn

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    I agree with you, but i think it's not that easy :/..at least in practice... mainly the procastination problem
     
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