Getting Things Off Your Mind
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Getting Things Off Your Mind

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    Jennifer Y.
    ZA
    Jennifer Y.

    I enjoyed this section as it gives me ideas on how to help my clients with prioritizing their tasks and their daily lives. The buckets are a way we can physically put things, i.e., the sticky notes, loose pieces of paper, etc. A hard copy diary is another place to use as a bucket as you can see when and what you are doing during the day. We have so many types of applications to use at our finger tips to use as a form of a bucket.

    Jose N.
    CA
    Jose N.

    I like the 'bucket idea!

    Trista K.
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    Trista K.

    I use to putting all the things in one bucket and mix them all together.

    KHAING NYEIN T.
    MM
    KHAING NYEIN T.

    Set up buckets list!

    Sirita W.
    US
    Sirita W.

    How do you ensure that you won't have too many buckets? I tend to compartmentalize a lot of different lists and can easily get overwhelmed by how many I have created.

    Manna C.
    NG
    Manna C.

    always keep your commitments and what to do in buckets list to free your head

    Ajayvignesh M.
    IN
    Ajayvignesh M.

    Hi Mark McGuiness, If I offload my commitments to the external entity, then I have to look at it consciously (and often) to update what I'm supposed to do. Also, any dynamic update to the list offloaded is hard in external entity, whereas when we have it always in mind we can easily process the updates and prioritize the commitments easily. Aren't they?

    Ruth B.
    TZ
    Ruth B.

    I tried using the bucket idea and it is really good

    Linda D.
    US
    Linda D.

    Communication is the key.

    Jéan-Pierre S.
    ZA
    Jéan-Pierre S.

    How does having two answer-phones help get things off one's mind?

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