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Leadership and Time Management – Article


Article Test – This month we recommend a time management system to help you organize your life and manage your time more effectively. By doing this we will reclaim more time to demonstrate leadership in other vital ways. The key to achieve this is to establish a Master List, Master Calendar and Master File. We begin by briefly mentioning your Master List. It keeps an inventory of all your unfinished work and ongoing projects. Anything that remains in progress or undone should be written on your Master List. Some people use a paper format and others use a software program depending on their preference. Here are some things to include on your own Master List. -     Date the list, and update it daily. -     Use lined paper either letter or legal sized. -     Write on each line. It is an itemized “to-do” inventory. -     When you finish a project, give yourself the pleasure of crossing off the item from the list. -     Keep it on top of the desk where you can see it. -     Each evening scan it and update it for tomorrow’s priorities. -     Coordinate it with your Master Calendar. Your Master Calendar is used in conjunction with your Master List and together they help you to focus on what you have scheduled to do and what is really important. Here are some important qualities of your Master Calendar.   -     It goes hand-in-hand with your Master List. -     On it are your scheduled appointments or meeting times transferred from your Master List. -     It should offer a daily and weekly calendar view. -     If your calendar is on a software program, print it out each day and keep it next to your Master List on your desk. -     Each evening scan it for tomorrow’s activities. Again, coordinate it with your Master List. When daily information or potential new tasks arrive, you should quickly make one of the following decisions. First, if it concerns you, add it to your Master List. Secondly, if it concerns someone else or their job, pass it on. Third, if it is not important, quickly glance at it and throw it away! Now that we can focus on what is important as noted on our Master List we can make sure our work space in not cluttered and confusing. To achieve this we create a Master File. Your Master File is the collection … Continue reading

Leadership and Time Management – Audio


Audio Test – This month we recommend a time management system to help you organize your life and manage your time more effectively. By doing this we will reclaim more time to demonstrate leadership in other vital ways. The key to achieve this is to establish a Master List, Master Calendar and Master File. We begin by briefly mentioning your Master List. It keeps an inventory of all your unfinished work and ongoing projects. Anything that remains in progress or undone should be written on your Master List. Some people use a paper format and others use a software program depending on their preference. Here are some things to include on your own Master List.

Leadership and Time Management – Video


Video Test – This month we recommend a time management system to help you organize your life and manage your time more effectively. By doing this we will reclaim more time to demonstrate leadership in other vital ways. The key to achieve this is to establish a Master List, Master Calendar and Master File. We begin by briefly mentioning your Master List. It keeps an inventory of all your unfinished work and ongoing projects. Anything that remains in progress or undone should be written on your Master List. Some people use a paper format and others use a software program depending on their preference. Here are some things to include on your own Master List.

Leadership and Time Management – Presentations


Presentations Test-  This month we recommend a time management system to help you organize your life and manage your time more effectively. By doing this we will reclaim more time to demonstrate leadership in other vital ways. The key to achieve this is to establish a Master List, Master Calendar and Master File. We begin by briefly mentioning your Master List. It keeps an inventory of all your unfinished work and ongoing projects. Anything that remains in progress or undone should be written on your Master List. Some people use a paper format and others use a software program depending on their preference. Here are some things to include on your own Master List.

Leadership and Time Management – Tips


Tips Test – This month we recommend a time management system to help you organize your life and manage your time more effectively. By doing this we will reclaim more time to demonstrate leadership in other vital ways. The key to achieve this is to establish a Master List, Master Calendar and Master File. We begin by briefly mentioning your Master List. It keeps an inventory of all your unfinished work and ongoing projects. Anything that remains in progress or undone should be written on your Master List. Some people use a paper format and others use a software program depending on their preference. Here are some things to include on your own Master List.

Leadership and Time Management – Others


Other Test – This month we recommend a time management system to help you organize your life and manage your time more effectively. By doing this we will reclaim more time to demonstrate leadership in other vital ways. The key to achieve this is to establish a Master List, Master Calendar and Master File. We begin by briefly mentioning your Master List. It keeps an inventory of all your unfinished work and ongoing projects. Anything that remains in progress or undone should be written on your Master List. Some people use a paper format and others use a software program depending on their preference. Here are some things to include on your own Master List.

STEPS REMAINING


  Content Compiler Marc Millis   STEPS REMAINING “Somewhere something incredible is waiting to be known.” ~ Carl Sagan.   TO OCULAR, It is hoped that enough information has been listed here for you to create a suitable format style, after which we can update with the rest of the data.     QUESTIONS Minimum sustainable population size for planning world ships Minimum requirements per person (energy, volume, biological throughputs [water, food/waste, air]) Maximum demonstrated rocket specific impulse (empirical, not theoretical) Minimum energy required to send a detectable signal back to Earth from 4.5 light-years distant Maximum demonstrated reliable operational duration for contemporary spacecraft hardware Best demonstrated pointing accuracy for beamed energy Distance within where Earth’s civilization would be detectable by an ET using same SETI detection technology as currently used on Earth.     TASK RECOMMENDATIONS ON HAND Human Relevance Popular Perceptions of Starflight (Anthropological study) (1yr) Suggested by Kathryn Denning, Department of Anthropology, York University, Toronto, Canada Who Would Go? (Anthropological study) (1yr) Suggested by Kathryn Denning, Department of Anthropology, York University, Toronto, Canada The Big Question: “Will humanity survive beyond its extinction on Earth?” (Web utility) (1yr) Marc Millis, Tau Zero Foundation, Cleveland OH Claudio Maccone, Technical Director, International Academy of Astronautics for Scientific Space Exploration Ed Zampino, NASA Glenn Research Center Dana Andrews, Tau Zero Foundation Science and Fiction in the Golden Age: Starflight in the Popular Imagination (Book) (2yr) Suggested by Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, Tau Zero Foundation Confronting Contentious Social Issues via Colony Ship Contemplations (Anthropological study) (2yr) Suggested by Marc Millis, Tau Zero Foundation, Cleveland OH Possible Practitioner: Kathryn Denning, Department of Anthropology, York University, Toronto, Canada Educating Tomorrow’s Pioneers From Science Fiction to Frontiers of Science (Documentary series pilot) (2yr) Marc Millis, Tau Zero Foundation, Cleveland OH Geoff Landis, NASA Glenn Research Center Student Interstellar Studies Guide to Colleges and Subject Selections (Web utility) (1yr) Suggested by Marc Millis, Tau Zero Foundation, Cleveland OH Geoff Landis, NASA Glenn Research Center Public Companion Book to “Frontiers of Propulsion Science” (Book) (2yr) Marc Millis, Tau Zero Foundation, Cleveland OH What’s Out There Statistical Living Drake & Fermi Equation (Web utility) (1yr) Claudio Maccone, Technical Director, International Academy of Astronautics for Scientific Space Exploration Celestial Body Magnetic Fields Assessment (Feasibility study) (1yr) Suggested by George Hathaway, Hathaway Consulting, Toronto Canada Habitable World Statistical Estimations (Web utility) (1yr) Suggested by Marc Millis, Tau Zero Foundation, Cleveland … Continue reading