I don’t know, stop asking me

I’m playing around with a “time management” app I used many years ago. It was updated recently and so far I like what I see. This, after many years of trying more apps than I can count and always coming back to Evernote. Who knows, I may finally make a “permanent” switch. But that’s not what I want to talk about today. I want to talk about something I’ve been thinking as I transfer tasks from Evernote to the other app. As I re-create the projects and underlying tasks in the old/new app, I have to make decisions about them. Lots of decisions–about which projects should be front and center, which tasks should be “next actions,” which tasks should get a due date and what that date should be.You have to decide what you want to accomplish.You have to decide what to do next.You have to decide when you will do it. You know the routine. Because you do, you know how easy it is to get overwhelmed with all those decisions.…

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