I read an interesting post on the topic of the kinds of things that one should look to do on a daily basis.
When I found it, I realized that it covered some of the things I wanted to write in a post, on the topic of my own daily routine.
It’s a simple post, but I guess that’s why it caught my attention. I have found that skipping steps in my daily routine often leads to trouble, and results in commitments falling through the cracks.
At the start of the post, the author, Marcia Francois, makes the point that each person needs to develop their own routine, and that even a well-established daily plan should be revisited from time to time.
This is some top-quality Time Management 2.0 advice.
Here is the link to the article – the 3 ingredients of a good daily plan.