Many productivity gurus swear by this tactic. Basically, you book yourself as you would book events with others.
- Plan Ahead / What Do I Have to Do?
- Batch Tasks Together / What Tasks are Related?
- Block Time / Concrete Plans, No Double-Booking, No Procrastination.
- Color Coding / Overview of the Week, Self-Reflection Possibility
Every week you need to hand in an essay Tuesday Midnights. Book yourself 2 hours on Sundays for research and 2 hours on Mondays for writing. This way, you wouldn't let other things come in the way.
Satisfiers are happy as soon as a threshold is met.
Satisfiers are the get-it-done people.
Maximizers want to maximize all the options.
Maximizers are the perfectionists.
"Somewhat paradoxically, research has shown that satisfiers are more satisfied with their decisions than maximizers are." 🤔
And the title of the NY Times article hints it already :
"It's Never Going To Be Perfect So Just Get It Done"
Source of Content: Tim Herrera (2019) https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/07/smarter-living/its-never-going-to-be-perfect-so-just-get-it-
Source of Cover Image: Photo by NASA on Unsplash
Uranus symbolizes knowledge.