3 Steps to Finding Your MIT

With plethora of choices available in today’s world, finding one’s life purpose, the big goals, ironically, can be the most frustrating process in one’s life. That said, translating the same to daily actions would be another pain. These days, I am using a shorter list to plan my day – some call it MIT (Most […]

4D: An Interesting and Effective Way to Process Tasks

I have not been keen on task prioritization, taking inspiration from Mark Forster. But after reading Kevin Kruse, I started like how to process a task before even going on forward to do it. Though Kruse recommends it for e-mail processing, it could well be applied for task processing as well. Delete it If you […]