An article about the importance of sound task management

February 23, 2017

Task Management: An important element to success


Reasons for task management

Who doesn’t know that feeling when you have a thousand items to do? Everything has to be done immediately and it’s all due right at the same time. Unfortunately, this is only possible with good organization. Many not so important tasks become obstacles for important tasks that can otherwise be quickly accomplished.

With a good system, you can save time and accomplish more.

Improvement via the Eisenhower Matrix


Task management is facilitated by the so-called Eisenhower Principle (Eisenhower Matrix). Tasks are broken up into four categories: A, B, C and D. ...

Dreamlining – It’s time to live your dreams!

January 27, 2013

In his book 'The 4-Hour Workweek' Tim Ferriss explains how you can reach unrealistic goals with dreamlining, the method of target achievement of the 'New Rich', in six to twelve months time. The slogan here is: 'Think Big, not Realistic!'

As dreamlining has proved its worth to us at TaskOnSteroids in an on-road test, we adopted it to our TasksOnSteroids methods as a tool for achieving intermediate goals under the name Dreamlines...

What do you want to do before you die?

July 31, 2012

That is one of the central questions that you ask yourself in creating a 100-goal list. And the guys from "The Buried Life" asked themselves exactly the same question for the first time in the year 2006, and since then they have been providing concrete proof that the 100-goal list works and leads to unimagined successes...

The next step decides whether you achieve your goals

March 05, 2012

"A long journey begins with the first step" [Lao Tse]

Avoid putting off tasks by defining the next step you are going to take the moment you create the task.

Tasks that have already been started are suspended much more seldom. If a task is not precisely defined it can easily be put off. That’s because you cannot plan a task if you do not know exactly what the task requires...

Your wishes and goals – an assessment

December 27, 2011

Have you ever considered not making New Year’s resolutions but instead making an evaluation of your wishes and goals?

Businesses make evaluations at least once a year in the form of annual financial statements, inventories, etc. Such assessments are meant to provide information as to whether the expected goals were reached and how business currently stands.

Making an evaluation each year is not just important for businesses but also offers benefits to you as an individual...

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