I’ve written in some detail about time-management guru Mark Forster’s task-management system, Autofocus. I’m a giant fan.
He invented the system in late 2008 and debuted it in January 2009. I was one of the beta testers. Then, at the end of June, he issued instructions for a revised system (he called it Autofocus 2) that’s really quite different in key ways from the original.
Last week, Mark issued a completely new set of instructions calling this newest version the Revised Autofocus System, which actually incorporates both Autofocus 1 and 2.
I’ve been using it and liking it and plan to write a longer post about it after I’ve had more experience with it.
In the meantime, you can read the new instructions. If you try it, I’d love to hear what you think. I think it’s a tremendous task-management system that I’ve found very freeing.