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Oct
20
comment Hard-copy approaches to time tracking
I like the approach; I've tried something similar with emails where I refuse to check them more than 3-times a day (mid-morning, after lunch, before leaving)--but in that scenario I started to get too many people showing up to reiterate their email--immediately pulling me from my task, and later making me re-read the same email to make sure all questions were answered
Oct
20
answered Alternatives to time tracking methodologies
Oct
20
comment Hard-copy approaches to time tracking
I could go the chess-clock route and insist my manager never gives me more than two tasks at once. ...pondering...
Oct
20
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Oct
20
comment Hard-copy approaches to time tracking
I've actually thought about exactly that, then went the extra step to considering a punch-clock
Oct
20
asked Hard-copy approaches to time tracking