Over at the Clutter Diet blog, there was recently an article that should resonate with a lot of folks – especially those that are endlessly tinkering with a new time management system.
There’s nothing wrong with getting your time management system in order – but getting the “perfect” time management system can take the place of actually getting work done, which is what it’s all about in the first place.
The best thing to do is find an acceptable system, then use it – no matter what – for several weeks or more. If after that time something needs to be changed, make the change and run with it for several weeks more.
By following this system, you can prevent the system becoming its own time waster, and find the system that actually works for you as well.