Timeboxing: TODO List 2.0!

I recently wrote about TODO lists and how they can help with focus now that many of us are working from home. I had a former colleague on LinkedIn mention this concept of "timeboxing" (which I think many people are familiar with the general idea) and how that can improve the effectiveness of a TODO list. Here's the post I made on LinkedIn sharing my blog article: And the comment that came in right away from Graeme Harvey: This obviously got me thinking because sure, Elon Musk is a pretty smart dude, but I also have a lot of respect for Graeme and his perspective on things. So I decided I'd try something out! TODO Lists v1.0 My original TODO lists didn't factor in any timeboxing techniques, but they had some benefits. The engineering mind in me says this is…

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Listen First: The Human Sounding Board

Background In the company I work at, Magnet Forensics, I've gotten myself into a leadership role. I wasn't hired for this position (I'm a programmer at heart) but I've managed to stumble my way into it! As a young leader, I think one thing is really obvious for me in my daily leadership tasks: I don't have all of the answers. Hell, I don't even have a lot of the answers! So what keeps me from being entirely useless as a leader then? I know who has the answers. My team. The most important leadership lesson that I've learned (and I'm glad I learned it early) is to listen. The benefits to listening, and I mean actually listening, can be beneficial to the person asking as well as yourself as the leader. How Can Listening Help Me? Let's be honest…

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