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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 Control Your Habits (Exercise)

Exercise 22: Complete your “I want to control my habits” A6 from the last exercise. You may want to improve the mantra or value statement. No more advice from me. Go ahead. Now. Start controlling your habits today. Click To

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How to Master Your To-Dos (Exercise)

Exercise 19: Copy the to-do A6 from my last post verbatim and by hand to an index card or to an A6 piece of paper. Hang it onto your fridge door or above your desktop. Then apply the next step:

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How to Use A6 Thinking (aka A3)

The picture above shows an improvement plan in a special format. I will discuss this in today’s post. If you have not read my post on the elements of an improvement plan, I suggest to do that first. Now you

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