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Joe Buhlig

I have a lot going on with a number of new projects taking off. But with new doors opening, a few doors need to be closed.

We all have those projects that we know we should be working on, but without a deadline or someone relying on you it’s hard to keep it going. Things come up and the easy tasks to put off are the ones without urgency pushing them on.

Last week I wrote about managing information for projects. In that post I revealed the project codes I use, and now we’re going to talk about how to create them.

Using David Allen’s definition, a project is anything that requires more than one action to complete. This can range from building a new web application to replacing the refrigerator filter.