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Old 2008-01-24, 00:11   #8
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"Jason Goatcher"
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Originally Posted by xilman View Post
I think you answered your own question. Spend your free time acquiring the necessary skills.

Paul
Well, ( :) smiley face mood applies to entire post), to be honest, when I wrote that, I was thinking more along the lines of a more robust social life. But now that you mention it, I bought a book a couple months ago called Getting Things Done. It's supposed to be a fantastic book for those who want to organize their lives better. It's dry as hell, but it seems like a very good book for people who intend to restructure their lives.

One of my goals, in terms of reorganizing my life, is to learn some programming skills. I haven't even gotten a third of the way through the book because, as I said, it's dry as hell, so all I've really done for the moment is made a list of things I want to purchase and start asking around for old PDAs I could use once I have a system set up to monitor goals.
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