If, like most people, you are looking at a tsunami of new stuff to be done just to keep up, you may be wondering: "What do I need to improve in my task management so that I can stay ahead? How can I make sure I don't get stuck at my current level of skill?"
"Do I need some new practices? Is a purchase of a new device or app required? Do I need a set of detailed practices like GTD, or an update to my GTD implementation?"
In other words, you may be wondering "Where do I start?" You care because you don't want to waste time chasing your tail, Googling conflicting answers, reading a long book or taking a 10 week training. Life is changing so quickly...it just won't wait as you need some insightful answers now.
Perhaps you are also hoping there's a Pareto Effect: a few tweaks that will have a maximum effect.
This self-assessment will help.
It takes about 15-30 minutes to complete the diagnosis and construct a simple plan of attack. Based on over a decade of research at 2Time Labs, it focuses on your current task management in 13 areas:
- 7 Essential Fundamentals - Capturing, Emptying, Tossing, Acting Now, Storing, Scheduling and Listing.
- 4 Advanced Fundamentals - Switching, Interrupting, Warning and Reviewing.
- 2 Executables - Habiting and Flowing.
But let's be honest. Task management systems tend to be homegrown, idiosyncratic and complex. Plus, the 13 practices listed above are inter-related, a fact this assessment will introduce. Plus, new technologies are pushing the boundaries every day.
Begin your self-assessment now and start implementing your improvements today.
What Are the Tangible Outputs?
At minimum, you'll end the assessment with a Personal Profile, and a No-Fail Improvement Plan. Here are some examples.
No Fail Improvement Plan (An Excerpt)
With these outputs, you will:
- focus precious energy and time
- quit being distracted by others' solutions, ideas and
- make rapid progress built on the Pareto Effect
Don't hesitate. Start working on your improvement today.
I felt that some of the scores I got were too generous... but in a way that was encouraging.
I really liked the breakdown into the skills. That is very helpful.
I know you’ll love doing this assessment of your skills as much as I enjoyed putting it together. In fact, if for any reason you’re not completely satisfied, just let me know within 14 days and I’ll issue a full refund.