If you keep doing something in the same way over and over again, it is very possible that you will keep repeating the same results. The results you get, no matter how good or bad, can always be better, if only some time is put into retrospecting them.
Our goals can change or their value can change and by working in iterations it becomes possible to keep up with these changes. Read on to learn about iteration techniques I use in my personal life such as dynamic to do list, backlog grooming and work-in-progress limits.
When you look at agile BVCs (big visual charts), you can immediately see what you are doing, how far you are and sometimes even why you are doing it. Continue reading to learn how to set up a visual chart for yourself and to get introduced to some of the simplest and most beautiful agile tools available today.
Warm-ups help runners avoid injuries. Here’s how Iteration Zero does that to your goals.
Make your life goals visual and doable with Agile Backlog.
“The biggest waste of time, money, energy, skills, passion and life is building or doing something that has no value – for us or others.” Read this post for tips on how to set up for success by re-discovering your true goals.
When I sat down to think about the issues that were blocking productivity in my personal life, I realized that I had been already using solutions to them all in my workplace.