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A school for scheduling everything

This is a bit of a heads up. 2Time Labs is launching something new – Schedule U. And yes, it’s a school to help people who want to schedule everything! At the moment, there’s not much to see, but you


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Update on Writing a New Edition

It’s time to get to work on crafting an updated version of Perfect Time-Based Productivity. Why? Here are a few reasons. Reason 1 – No longer following my own advice Shortly after my book was published in November 2014, I


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Can Time Be Managed?

In my books, I have raised the following questions: Can Time Be Managed? Does Time Management Exist? Is the Phrase “Time Management” a Misnomer? These are more than esoteric issues. Each year, people invest millions of dollars, hundreds of hours


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How my book can help app designers

When I wrote my book, I had a hunch that it could prove to be useful to designers of productivity apps, devices, planners and other aids. I didn’t exactly know how, but I saw instances where a poor understanding of


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The Warned and Informed Selves

Top productivity today means setting up ways to manage specific kinds of information. In the prior article on the Interrupted Self (part of The Notified Self), I described the need to set up interruptions so that you never run late


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How High Performers Convert Single Behaviors into Habits

There’s no way to achieve long-term professional success without learning how to convert critical behaviors into habits. It’s a skill that’s not taught in the workplace, even though it’s key to accomplishing all worthwhile goals. How can you develop this


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Updated Infographic comparing Listers and Schedulers

The originalarticle can be found here.


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The Notified Self is Now Launched

Ever since the completion of Perfect Time-Based Productivity, I have known that I left some gaps in its coverage of the 11 Fundamentals. If you have read the book you may have noticed – I have lots of detailed experience


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A Mind Map of Perfect Time-Based Productivity

Eric Bouchet is no casual reader of Perfect Time-Based Productivity. He’s a French native who has a real passion for productivity. Over several weeks, he went through the book in detail and converted the concepts into a mindmap which can


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Can Time Be Managed? A Project Nears Completion

In Perfect Time-Based Productivity, I glossed over an assertion that’s been made by a number of notable people, including David Allen, Dr. Brigitte Claessens and Earl Nightingale. It boils down the following: Time cannot be managed, therefore time management is


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