- the importance of substituting a mess of partial, non systematic lists, by well-structured to-do lists with clear contexts;
- keeping the calendar as a kind of “sacred territory” only for tasks or appointments with a very specific time allocation;
- the back-of-the-envelope planning idea, frequently mentioned in the text;
- the usefulness of brainstorming techniques as a way of organizing your stuff;
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