Schedule can be a tricky subject for those of us who have an ingrained habit of checking our schedules on a daily basis. To be able to do that, you need to take the time to really understand what you are doing and why you are doing it. To figure out why you are doing it and what you need to do to change it can be very difficult, but there are ways that you can use to find out what you are doing and why you are doing it.
There are a couple of things that I think are important to understand when it comes to scheduling. First, it is best to be honest with yourself about your schedule. If you are doing something and don’t really know why you are doing it, it is best to get rid of that activity as soon as you can. It is easy to get into a rhythm that is not your own and that is why it is so important to figure out why you are doing things.
I was on a couple of kickstations that had kickstations that were only open until 7pm. I noticed that one of the kickstations had a full slate scheduling. I had been doing a bunch of “nothing” for days and I was getting sick of it. I thought I could just jump on it and see what the heck happened to the schedule and see what the next day will bring.
If you are doing something that is not your own and you are sick of it, schedule it. You will get sick of it. It doesn’t take that much energy.
Full slate scheduling is a feature of most websites that allow you to mark things on your calendar. When you schedule it, you can see the time of the next event and the dates you can see. The schedule is very similar to a time table, except you can view the time of the next event and the dates you can see. This is especially useful if you are trying to get up some sleep! Full slate scheduling is available via the Google Calendar API.
Full slate scheduling has been available for Google Calendar since the beginning of the year, so I’m not sure I’ve ever actually seen it before. But I do know the developers are working on it.
This is a feature that is very much in development, but I suspect the end results will be something that works well. It will make it much easier to schedule things for your whole family. For example, suppose your son wants to go to the park this weekend, but you have to work the next day. You’d have to set the schedule so your son could pick up the tickets at the park, and then pick them up on Monday morning, and then see your son on Monday afternoon.
I don’t really understand how this idea works, but let’s look at the “what if” side of it.
What if you were to simply schedule everything for your entire family, and then have everyone see the results of their actions in real time? Maybe if they werent all on the same island, they might figure out how to get the car there, and then they might figure out how to get the tickets to the park and get there on time.
It’s not a bad idea. It just doesn’t work. Most schedules are in the hundreds of hours, and if they are all on the same island, the chances of everyone getting there on time is slim. So if you are planning a big event, it’s better to schedule your entire family at a different time, and you should probably have them all on a different island.