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Monday
Dec122011

Slicing It Thinner and Thinner

Part of my plan right now is to take all of the things I’ve decided are important and take at least one step forward on each of them every day. That means when I get busy, I don’t just drop two or three and work on the others. It means I have to find ways to take smaller steps so I can fit them all in. It’s challenging, but I’m finding it very satisfying. I can’t fit two half-hour tasks in but I have time for one? I have to find a way to make fifteen minutes on each of them worthwhile. And that’s really the trick: Learning to see how I can make tangible progress in smaller and smaller chunks of time.

I’m sure that my Agile experience has nothing at all to do with this…

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