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Andy Braams
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A follower of Jesus learning to live in the world and not of it, and helping others to do so as well.
A follower of Jesus learning to live in the world and not of it, and helping others to do so as well.

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Alignment - Conclusion
Over the past four months I have shared a part of my recent journey related to personal effectiveness. This series of posts developed because I had become stuck and was not accomplishing all that was before me. As I mentioned in the early posts, I completed...
Alignment - Conclusion
Alignment - Conclusion
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Alignment - Google Calendar
We come to the penultimate post for this series. Over the past couple of months, I have written about being stuck, getting unstuck, aligning my day, and finding peace even though I am busier than ever. A part of that alignment has come from re-aligning how ...
Alignment - Google Calendar
Alignment - Google Calendar
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Alignment - Evernote
Two weeks ago, I mentioned the need for a way to track tasks, gather information, and keep a schedule ( here ). Last week, I elaborated on the idea of gathering information (i.e. data storage, here ). This week, I will provide a brief overview of how I use ...
Alignment - Evernote
Alignment - Evernote
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Alignment - Information Storage
In last week's post, I mentioned that to be truly effective we need to be in control of three aspects of our lives - the schedule we must keep, the things we must do, and the information we must know/remember. Of course, each of those areas may cross-over i...

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Alignment - Productivity's Big Three
Let me state a twenty-first century reality: most people are very busy! Particularly in the western world, we live (and die) by our schedules. Most of us probably had the thought, "I cannot get any busier than I am right now" within the last ten years (if n...

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Prioritizing Individual Tasks
A few weeks ago, I mentioned the importance of prioritizing tasks in a general way. Knowing which tasks must be done on (or by) which day is important. So in our day-to-day routines we must prioritize tasks to ensure that the most important ones do not get ...
Prioritizing Individual Tasks
Prioritizing Individual Tasks
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Alignment - White space and its Purpose in my Tasks
Last week, I shared my general philosophy for how I schedule my time with the promise that I would get more specific this week. To get more specific, I must re-state what I have previously mentioned in this blog. My work-related responsibilities are focused...

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Alignment - The Philosophy of Scheduling Time
Over the past couple of weeks, I have focused on general aspects of time. Specifically, I have written about the need to take an inventory of our time ( here ) and the way to begin to prioritize the tasks that make up that inventory ( here ). In doing these...

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Alignment - The Covey Matrix and Rescheduling Priorities
Last week I spoke of the need to take an inventory of how we spend our time. Our tasks are important, but over the course of our life, our responsibilities change. What does not change is how much time we have in a day. So, rather than beginning with our li...

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Alignment - An Inventory of Time Spent
At the conclusion of last week's blog, I mentioned that I would begin to detail my week in the next post. Well, as I conceptualized the blog, I realized I needed to back up to discuss the need of reviewing how our time is spent before sharing how alignment ...
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