Monthly Archives: July 2013

How to Apply Integrated Self-Management (exercise)

Some time ago, I introduced an infographic that describes an integrated view on self-management. You call it holistic, if you want. At the end of this post you find the infographic again, which you will need to work on today’s

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What is Lean Housekeeping (with 5S)?

You may have guessed it already: Even for such mundane things like housekeeping there exists something in the Lean world. It is 5S, which I explain in this post. Housekeeping with 5S is Lean at home. Click To Tweet

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How To Manage Your To-Dos with 6 Folders (2/2)

The Lean Self 6 Folders approach is one way to use Kanban for managing your to-dos. How to apply the pull principle to your to-do list. Click To Tweet Here is the routine I suggest for pulling to-dos through the

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How to Manage Your To-Dos with 6 Folders (1/2)

There are a lot of approaches for managing your to-dos and your to-do list(s). Because to-do lists are inventory, you want to keep them easily manageable. Unfortunately, most ways of doing this you find out there tend to be more

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How to Create Your Personal Dashboard

Dashboards are very good visual instruments. In this post, I give you a template for your own personal dashboards. With this dashboard you can monitor your satisfaction with various aspects of your life. Discover the Lean Self personal dashboard today.

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