I’ve had a few problems recently. The most noticeable being the loss of my computer. The battery stopped charging and only occasionally registered the power supply. One theory is this may have been due to my daughter’s fascination with laptops; she had a tendency to pull out of the charging cable and chew on it. I now have a new 17″ latoptop, but have had to reinstall programmes and transfer files which has taken a long time (in fact I’m not quite there). This was soon after followed by a holiday where the internet connection wasn’t working. All this loss of technology, along with some illness, has meant I’ve lost my way in terms of productivity, and unfortunately my blog is one of the things to suffer
During the last few months, my approach to getting things done has been very much based on what is urgent or what is on my mind, so not as productive as using my AutoFocus list. It has also involved using paper so I now have several lists and blog posts I’ve started at different times that I need to locate.
I’m very keen to get back on track with both my productivity and writing blog posts, therefore I plan to start making the most of my available time. I’m starting today, by writing this as IÂ sit on Studland beach in Dorset between going for a sail and for a swim.
I have some interesting times ahead because I return to work in a few months and after a year away it will be a shock to the system! I want to develop good productivity habits now so I can implement these in the office and ensure I continue to get things done at home.