It’s not easy to get on top of things when dozens of tasks keep coming in every day. We have to remember about everything – our projects at work, meetings, appointments, events, taxes, kids’ needs for home and school (homework, after school activities, etc.), medical check-ups, shopping and a lot more. Even if we make a plan every day, the sheer amount of responsibilities is overwhelming.
When we struggle with loads of tasks and time demands, we desperately look for methods and tools to help us take control of our life. One of the most popular ways of getting things done is a simple to-do list. It’s easy, fast and pretty effective. But in many cases, pen and paper to-do lists are not enough because life is too complex and involves acting at the same time in different roles (as an employee, a freelancer, a parent, a society member). Also, just like systems in nature have the tendency to move into states of greater disorder, to-do lists tend to grow bigger and bigger, causing stress, frustration, and helplessness. Long scrolls of words don’t empower you, and even if you get some pleasure crossing tasks off the list, you still have a host of other things to do, seeing neither the end nor the whole of your work. That is really disheartening. So, is there no hope?
It seems extremely difficult to lead an organized life without using a good task manager. But you’ve probably tried a lot of task and project management tools, and none of them seems to have worked, right? Before you give up your hope, you should check out one more. This time something more effective and pleasurable to use – a visual task manager.
People are visual beings, relying on their vision to orient themselves, understand complex patterns, and derive pleasure. If a picture is worth a thousand words, and a prototype a thousand meetings, we could say that a visual task manager is worth a thousand hours saved.
The ebook “Get Organized in a Visual Way” will show you how to build a highly effective personal productivity system, so that you can take control of your life, and don’t have to get up one hour earlier or stay up one hour longer. You’ll get things organized, get things done, and be rewarded with, not only a sense of achievement but more free time to do the things you love.