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I am looking for a workaround for events that occur on sporadic days so I can’t use the repeat function in the calendar. In Apple Calendar I can copy and event and paste it into the various days. Anyone know a workaround for that in Daylite?
Here is a short clip explaining how to move and copy a Daylite event:
Spoiler Alert: Here are the five…
1. Limit your to-do list (TPDJ says, do the one action that will give you the most significance)
2. Measure your results, not your time (TPDJ says, can’t manage time, see the 80/20 Pareto’s Principle Rule)
3. Build “get ready for work” routines (TPDJ says, start with a win, make your bed)
4. Track what you are wasting time on (TPDJ says, turn off all notifications, especially your phone)
5. Build habits to help you stop working (TPDJ says, this says it all: How to be the most productive person in your office-and still get home by 5:30 p.m.)
I am guilty of this. If we look close at our workflow how much of it is attempting to multitask?