Colin Schiller on Time Management Experiments

From the New York QS Show&Tell meetup group – Colin Schiller talks about how his productivity changed after having a baby. He experimented with using the Pomodoro Technique and only working eight hours a day. For four weeks, he tracked all the work activities he did in each 25-minute work segment. Watch the video below to see what Colin learned about his maximum productivity and the surprising reaction from his wife.

Colin Schiller – Time Management Experiments from Steve Dean on Vimeo.

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  3. Aron says:

    I’ve been messing around with the pomodoro, or at least my own variation of it, for a week now. I wish I could log my activities via untethered voice dictation. I suspect to maximize the guarantee of using such a thing it would benefit from my being able to voice-activate it.. just mumble something and whatever that is get’s translated to text and then shipped to the PC in perhaps a daily segmented, timestamped file.

    Any ideas on the hardware solution to this? It doesn’t have to integrate with telephony and may be preferable not to actually.

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