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There is no schedule fairy that’s going to come along and clean up your calendar. If you feel like your workday is out of control, you’ve got to work on it yourself. Here are some quick tips that might help you out.
• Managers vs. Makers. Programmer Paul Graham believes the biggest issue working people have is how they look at their time. There seems to be this idea that people are either makers or managers when the thing is… we all do a little of both. Managers can’t just break their day into hour chunks to do meetings all day, because they have their own creative work that needs to get done, and makers can’t exactly turn down meetings because they’re in a self-appointed “four-hour creative block.” So let’s stop pretending we’re one or the other and start scheduling like we’re both.
• Split Up Your Week With Maker And Manager Schedule Days. Software engineer Harrison Harnisch’s solution to workflow issues was to dedicate some days to managing tasks, and others for heads-down making. This cuts down on the guilt of blocking out your time and makes things clear for your team when you’re available to meet. If urgent things do pop up, they’ll still take your focus away, but having this schedule set lets everyone else know what they interrupt you with better be worth it.
Source: Fast Company
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