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April 23, 2014

Tracking my Time #3: Another Confession

Let’s talk about my relationship with exercise. I don’t have one. I tell myself this is because I don’t have time, but that’s not true. If the President of the United States can exercise on a daily basis, then I really have zero excuses….

April 16, 2014

Tracking My Time #2: This Time, A Positive Reminder

Back to my self-experiment. You read about my big confession here. But I won’t be too hard on myself because I also noticed I’ve still done a decent job of managing both my energy and cognitive bandwidth. Positive Reminder: Here’s what worked…

April 9, 2014

Tracking My Time #1: Confession

Thus begins a 3-part series of guilty admissions, ahem, lessons learned, March 10, 2014, when I actually took a look at what I was doing and when. Awhile back, I decided to track my time in 30-minute increments over the course of a week, as…

April 3, 2014

Standard Operating Procedure: Make a Checklist

This will come as no surprise, but I love me a good checklist. In fact, Atul Gawande’s The Checklist Manifesto is one of my favorite books of the past five years. Recently, a principal asked me for my thoughts on creating checklists for standard…