Organization

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Organization by Mind Map: Organization

1. Clean Email

1.1. Why

1.1.1. Never lose important information

1.1.2. Track information normally lost in inbox

1.2. Clean Inbox

1.3. Tag and sort into folders

1.4. Send newsletters to RSS

1.5. Make todos

1.5.1. Add appointments by dates

1.5.2. Create other todos based on rules

1.6. Send article digest to bookmarks

1.6.1. Tag bookmark according to rules

1.7. Extract and organize job listings

1.7.1. LinkedIn

1.7.2. Recruiters

1.7.3. Glass Door

1.7.4. Indeed

1.8. Send order confirmation/tracking details to app

2. Store Birthdays

2.1. Why

2.1.1. Never forget important people

3. Maintain a Calendar

3.1. Why

3.1.1. Don't miss appointments and important dates

3.1.2. Plan and coordinate events

3.2. Find good calendar with cross platform notification and connection to maps/contacts/notes

4. Create a budget

4.1. Why

4.1.1. Track spending and save for retirement

4.2. Learn to use YNAB

4.3. Organize and categorize all purchases monthly

4.4. Track and analyze spending

4.5. Maintain record for tax preparation

5. Track todos and progress

5.1. Why

5.1.1. Maintain active understanding of progress on important todos

5.2. Use Todoist

5.3. Regularly dump mental list of tasks into Todoist

5.4. Track status weekly

5.5. Set reminders

5.6. Analyze progress

5.7. Set daily lists for completion

5.8. Tag with all relevant information for completion

6. Maintain and Manage projects

6.1. Why

6.1.1. Improve portfolio and learning

6.1.2. Explore product ideas

6.1.3. Potential recurring side income

6.2. Use and maintain Trello

6.3. Explore more detail oriented project management systems

6.4. Work on Blink

6.4.1. Check Trello

6.4.2. Possibly rename

6.4.3. Port to Remote Storage

7. Maintain note taking workflow and constantly write notes

7.1. Why

7.1.1. Dump mental notes for posterity and analysis

7.2. Write down ideas

7.2.1. Business

7.2.2. Concepts

7.2.3. Projects

7.2.4. Goals

7.2.5. Mental dumps

7.2.6. Exploratory thinking

7.2.7. Lists

7.2.8. Recipes

7.2.9. Hobbies

7.2.10. Travel

7.2.11. Visits

7.2.12. Values

8. Organize, maintain, and process bookmarks

8.1. Why

8.1.1. Don't let good ideas and concepts sit and stagnate due to lack of processing

8.2. Explore Pocket's advanced features

8.2.1. Public API

8.2.2. Export/Import

8.2.3. Tagging

8.2.4. Sorting

8.3. Look into custom extension to support advanced features

9. Time Management

9.1. Why

9.1.1. Don't waste time on unimportant tasks and lose time for stuff that matters

9.2. Look into time management processes

9.2.1. Pomodoro

9.2.2. Timeboxing

9.2.3. Productivity Tracking

9.2.3.1. RescueTime?

10. Maintain and track job postings and application statuses

10.1. Why

10.1.1. Don't miss out on great opportunities for better career moves because stuff gets lost

10.2. Filter undesired jobs by rules

10.3. Track all application status in central location

10.4. Centralize database of applicable job listings with importance

11. Job searching and application status

11.1. Why

11.1.1. Don't miss great opportunities in your career by not applying for great jobs

12. Improve sleep habits

12.1. Why

12.1.1. Don't sleep your life away

12.2. Set bedtime

12.3. Set morning

12.4. No snoozing

12.5. No distractions in bed

13. Explore Business ideas

13.1. Why

13.1.1. Financial independence and career independence

13.2. Brainstorm business ideas

13.3. Write business ideas daily

13.3.1. Set daily quota

14. Setup up exercise routine and diet

14.1. Why

14.1.1. You only get one body

14.2. Pick workout plan

14.3. Plan diet

14.4. Meal prep

14.5. Count Calories

14.6. Track progress

14.7. Set goals

14.8. Do Yoga

15. Mindfulness???

16. Charity and contributions

16.1. Why

16.1.1. Be the change you wish to see in the world

16.2. Volunteer at food pantry

16.3. Contribute to Open Source Projects

16.4. Organize donations

16.5. Volunteer with web development students

17. Activism

17.1. Why

17.1.1. We have a role to play in our society

17.2. Look back into Todo Poder

17.3. Talk with Cindy

17.4. Look into local events

17.5. Reconnect with 350/Climate Hub, CFROG, and Food and Water Watch/Action

18. Hobbies

18.1. Why

18.1.1. There is more to life than work

18.2. Skateboarding

18.2.1. Learn new tricks

18.2.2. Skate with Alex

18.2.3. Skate with Todd

18.2.4. Skate with Charlie

18.2.5. Hit the Oxnard Park

18.2.6. Skate with Thor

18.3. Music

18.3.1. Drums

18.3.1.1. Get electronic drumset

18.3.1.2. Play drums

18.3.1.3. Record

18.3.2. Electronic

18.3.2.1. Buy equipment

18.3.2.2. Make music

19. Retirement

19.1. Why

19.1.1. Don't work forever

19.2. Set retirement goal

19.3. Look into investments

19.4. Research retirement plans and tips

20. Travel

20.1. Why

20.1.1. See the world

20.2. See friends

20.2.1. Eliran

20.2.2. Ryan

20.2.3. Danny

20.2.4. Alex

20.2.5. Brian

20.2.6. Austin

20.3. See other countries

20.3.1. Europe

20.3.1.1. Italy

20.3.1.2. Spain

20.3.1.3. France

20.3.1.4. Germany

20.3.1.5. Greece

20.3.1.6. Croatia

20.3.1.7. Sweden

20.3.1.8. Finland

20.3.1.9. Norway

20.3.2. Asia

20.3.2.1. Japan

20.3.2.2. Thailand

20.3.2.3. China

20.3.2.4. Taiwan

20.3.2.5. Philipenes

20.3.2.6. Vietnam

20.3.2.7. Cambodia

20.3.2.8. South Korea

21. Relationships

21.1. Why

21.1.1. Don't lose touch with good people

21.2. Spend time with friends and loved ones

21.3. Stay involved in other's lives

21.4. Visit friends before moving

21.4.1. Todd

21.4.2. Charlie

21.4.3. Austin

21.4.4. Armando

21.4.5. Anthony

21.4.6. Alex