How to keep track of everything and not go crazy: a primer for RCIA teams

2 thoughts on “How to keep track of everything and not go crazy: a primer for RCIA teams”

  1. I use Toodledo (www.toodledo.com) to track to-dos. Mostly I use the website, but it also has apps for Android and iOS. Everything I need to do is accessible wherever I am. If something new comes up, I can quickly add it and then not worry about forgetting about it.

    For prioritization I use the 1 Minute To-do List technique (http://www.michaellinenberger.com/free1MTD.htm). I’ve mostly moved on to his more advanced Manage Your Now version of it, but the idea is the same. It helps me fairly easily take the list of 100+ items to do and easily see what must be done today and what should be worked on in the next few days. It keeps it reasonable and not overwhelming, similar to your method of choosing 3 things.

  2. Trello is also a (free) great option for people, it is based off the kanban paradigm. It allows you to add notes, pictures and website links to the boards! In my opinion great for planning complex events and ideas. Also allows email reminders and multiple team member logins. (FYI Trello does have a learning curve to use in the most efficient manner).

    https://trello.com/

    …and for those people who still prefer the good ‘ol’ fashioned to do lists’, try Wunderlist (it is MUCH better than your recommended program). It is a smarter way to list your ‘to do list’ (you can set up dates, with email reminders to specific people, set up categories (e.g. by name or team or sense of urgency, and you can move items to different categories at varies times). This service is also a free one.

    https://www.wunderlist.com/

    Both Trello and wunderlist can be used on multiple devices (Mac/PC, Smartphones, Tablets).

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