How do you read and understand the main points of a book in two hours? Chaishu, suggested by Chinese writer Zhou Zhao, has recently grown popular in China. It's a way to digest non-fiction in a collaborative way of monotasking. Yuan Gong is member of a Chaishu group that meet regularly in Shanghai: "We often … Continue reading Chaishu—How To Dismantle a Book in Only Two Hours
Mia Kolmodin has created a fabulous poster on the Monotasking method. She's done similar and very popular posters before on other subjects, like Agile and Product Ownership. Here's the Monotasking method poster: https://dandypeople.com/blog/monotasking-in-a-nutshell-the-free-poster-stop-procrastination-and-get-shit-done Print it and put it on your wall if you're serious about personal productivity.
Here's a simple mind map describing the core Monotasking method: monotasking-method.pdf
The Monotasking book will soon be released in Chinese. The cover was recently improved with new art work. See above. The Scandinavian Agile Conference, March 2nd, in Helsinki will feature a Monotasking talk. Tickets available here: http://www.scan-agile.org/
Monotasking will be the keynote in upcoming .NET software development conference Swetugg 2017. The conference takes place in Stockholm 30th-31st January and Monotasking is scheduled as the opening session on the 30th. Session is in Swedish. Monotasking will also be presented at DevSum17, which happens to be another .NET software development conference in Stockholm. The … Continue reading Announcement: Monotasking keynote at Swetugg and talk at DevSum
First ever Monotasking seminar abroad is in Maslak İstanbul on Tuesday December 27th. Welcome to register here: https://www.meetup.com/Agile-Bulusmalar/events/236339366/
Last week I was invited to publish an equity crowdfunded Monotasking article for Chinese startup GitBook. Funders got exclusive pre-reading and then an invitation to a live chat with the author (me). Below is a transcript of the live chat. Staffan Nöteberg: 让生活和工作都更高效的单核工作法 作者/分享人：Chat 实录 Is Monotasking superior to Pomodoro technique and other time management … Continue reading You Might Have Many Customers or a Manager Who Wants You To Do Many Things
Did you feel unusually busy last week? And this week you have the same feeling? It's how our brains are wired. We almost always expect slack time to be greater in the future. Unfortunately this makes us take on too many tasks on our to-do lists. The good news is that the Monotasking personal productivity … Continue reading The Short List that helps you focus on the important tasks