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Time Chunking

Work smart and be happy

Since time is our most valuable asset, it is our duty to learn to manage it and make the most of it. The Time Chunking technique provides a simple method to manage our tasks, and the time we should allocate to them, in an orderly manner , the ultimate goal being to free up the energy needed for a better life. This is a simple technique based on the creation of efficient lists and on implementing habits within everyone's reach.

Time Chunking
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Many useful tips to:

  • Find an efficient way of organizing activity management.
  • Learn how to save time and energy.
  • Learn mnemonic techniques.

The author of the book:

My Life Planner … who is it? Or maybe who are they? Well… we don’t know that either, and we are not the only ones ;). What we can say is that these are independent authors who created a collection of books whose goal is to boost your productivity and time management, including The One Hour Workday, Speed Reading and Focus.


If you want to live better, you need to ask questions

To live a high quality life means to be able to make time for the things that really matter. We are living a life full of tasks to be completed, and “I don’t have time” has become the catchphrase that shows all the sacrifices we find ourselves obliged to make.

Therefore, the first step towards a better life is understanding what is really important to you and consequently deciding what should be taken off the list. Identifying the things - and even more so the people! - that matter to you is an essential requirement.

In addition to that, you must be clear about the things that you do best. Your talent, your skills, the traits that you nurtured and that make you the person you are. Keep asking yourself important questions. What are the goals that made an imprint on your life up until now? Do you have other future goals? What are you proud of?


The key ideas of "Time Chunking"

If you want to live better, you need to ask questions
How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time
There is no such thing as multi-tasking
To-do lists: the pros and cons
Time chunking: dividing the time to be productive
The palace of memory: how to use chunking to memorize better
Take-home message

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