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    I don't make schedules in the sense of do X at time Y.

    I do make task lists though, just to remember what I have to do, because otherwise I'll forget about it sooner or later.
    The list basically reminds me that there is stuff that needs to be done at some point.

    When a specific task on that list is finally done, is a totally different story however.
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    I was about to flunk out of college and I started using one. I used it for weeks and it worked well but I went off track once and everything pretty much went to hell and a handbasket.

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    My man recently started using a dry erase calendar. It works wonders for him . With out it shit doesnt always get done.... hope this lasts! lol
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    I sometimes make schedules, mostly at times when I am desperate. Then I change that schedule like 20 times and end up just using it as rough outline reminder. I've used task lists too in much of the same way.

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    My man recently started using a dry erase calendar. It works wonders for him . With out it shit doesnt always get done.... hope this lasts! lol
    My dry erase board! That was actually working the best until I kept losing it :/ I shall look for a dry erase calendar now...

    Yeah, I am glad that is working for the both of you. I think the dry erase is good for us

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    I used to keep an agenda so I'd stop forgeting stuff, I lost it.
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    Yeah, but it's like a freerain kind of schedule.

    Like I have 30minitues to do go do something or I must go do it then and now. translates into 30 minitues to f**k around

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    Yes, each day I plan out my day and devise a schedule that will maximize productivity. I decide what to delegate, what to tackle first, what resources I need for which tasks, etc. It all comes together in a sort of flow chart, because I'm a visual thinker.

    Before bed, I enhance and modify my longer term agenda (over the course of a week, a month, etc) based on what I accomplished that day.

    Unfortunately, if I can't access my daily plan for whatever reason, I'm fucked. I have the memory of a gnat.
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