I love to post about products that work. KanbanFlow is quickly becoming one of my favorite things. I did my best to stay organized with notes, but sometimes the notes and where I left them got more frustrating than forgetting what I was forgetting. One day in an on-line writer’s group I saw someone thank someone else for a post. It was about the free organizational tool www.Kanbanflow.com. A few other writers commented on how much they loved it, so what the heck, I googled it. Impressive:
Super intuitive to use. Took me about three minutes to set up.
Easy to edit.
List Subtasks and the ability to cross off each subtask. For me, that’s huge.
The timer allows you to keep track of how much time is spent on various tasks.
I got a great deal more accomplished this week using the software. For the first time in a long time, I felt in control of all the parts of my life; however, warning, I was pooped Friday night. As in totally done in, sit in the chair, and watch Blue Bloods pooped.
If your feeling overwhelmed, I highly recommend this product and hope it helps you too.
It is the New Year and we’ve set our goals. Maybe we’ve even drawn up a plan. Now it’s time to execute. Ah, the tough part. Because we don’t know what to do, or how to do whatever needs to be done next, or we just ain’t got no inspiration.
Sorry, just got interrupted by a big orange cat on my keyboard. Just noticed he’s longer than my extended keyboard.
And then there are always distractions. Distractions that make it easy to say. “I will get on it when the cat moves. or when the sun shines, or when…”
So I finally figured out the adage about half the battle is just showing up. It means you have to be willing to do something towards your goal. No matter how bad the sentence is, or how little you know. Because each bad sentence, each horrible piece of choreography, every messy display, and uneven hem can be straightened up and polished.
You can’t polish nothing. It’s okay not to know, not to be good. Keep going forward.