There’s no denying that we’ll use paper less and see most of the data in terms of ‘files’ in the digital realm. But, how do we store these files? Can we find them easily when needed? What is the best way to save them? Best place to save them? Recently I had to find my most updated resume but was not able to locate it because I had multiple resumes in multiple folders (one in documents folder, few in resumes folder). It resulted in unnecessary tension. So, I felt a need to name and file the data properly, easy enough to come up in searches. Some rules I’ve felt will be useful for anyone who’s faced the similar problem.
Archives for August 2013
Advices related to time management are dime a dozen. Visit a book store or google for productivity/time management and whoa! we have a million resources. But, few theories make a lot of sense, especially for our times. ‘Getting things done’ and ‘First things first’ are two such theories (propounded by David Allen and Stephen Covey respectively) for me. At first reading, these concepts seem to be at odds with each others, but as you dig in we can see a lot of value. I personally feel by mixing these two concepts I could unlock great value.