How To Get Shit Done, EVERYDAY

Thanks to Chris Winfield for the inspiration.

Don’t break the chain app: http://dontbreakthechain.com/

HTML Code For Mash-up Page: http://pastebin.com/isFb338D

Comments

  1. Hey Joe, great post. I like the idea and have used the method in some way or another. My question is that this technique seems to work well with one task at a time, or are you using the chain link to symbolize a whole to-do list?

    • Joe Hall says:

      I guess you could use it however you like. I make one list a day. When the list is finished I mark the day off.

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  2. […] I have tried, as I am sure we all have to break and change habits with varying degrees of success, but one of the best successes I have had was with adopting the incredible Inbox Zero from Merlin Mann, you can also catch his famous talk on video from Google here. The way I achieved this was through hacking two ideas together; the first being a thirty day challenge and the second using the technique made famous by Jerry Seinfield “don’t break the chain”. I learnt about this awhile ago via Joe Hall on his blog. […]

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