Steve Pavlina blogs an enthusiastic review of Michael Linenberger’s new book Master Your Workday Now!:
[Workday Now] focuses your attention on a specific time horizon, looking approximately 10 days into the future. This is called the Workday Now Horizon. Michael suggests that somewhere in the 1-2 week range is the natural time horizon people use when thinking about their upcoming to-do items. Beyond the 2-week range, most of us think of our to-dos as being somewhere “over the horizon” and not of immediate concern. We don’t need to deal with them until they become more urgent.
I haven’t read Linenberger’s book yet, but will be putting it on my to-do list in the 1-2 week range.