Schnitzelfisch on Visual Planning: Make Others Respect Your Working Hours

  • Psychology
(14 Votes) 5567

Description

Schnitzelfisch concludes his visual planning series with a look at how to make others respect your working hours

Tags

psychology series visual planning

Comments (7)

newest first
  • Boomer2k10

    #1

    Hi Everyone

    Please enjoy the latest video in the Visual Planning Series from our producitivity coach Schnitzelfisch

    If you have any questions or comments for Primoz please leave them below
  • lulualine

    #2

    Nice vid SF!

    I used to have severe problems making others respect my work hours, so I started playing poker with my earphones on at all times. It takes a while getting used to ignoring everything around you (especially when it involves little kids making lots of noise) but it finally works.

    Ty for your advice, cheers from Spain!
  • venatici

    #3

    Hey,

    I am working full time, but want to improove in poker greatly. During past few months I barely had any time off poker / work. Every single day when I am back from work I just prepare a meal, take a shower etc and start doing poker related stuff. Lately I feel so tired. I've been wordering if one day off during the week would be a good idea. But then when I got a day off work I do not want to waste it doing some other stuff, and when I have to work, I do not think I will have a proper rest. How would you solve such a problem?

    Thanks in advance for your reply :)
  • Schnitzelfisch

    #4

    Work on poker before going to your job + recovery routines after you come from work
  • venatici

    #5

    Thanks for the answer :D

    I always work on poker before I go to work, but when I sometimes start at 6 in the monring, it's impossible for me to do so :D

    Any interesting websites, blogs, books about recovery techniques after work?
  • Schnitzelfisch

    #6

    Book "the power of full engagement"
  • venatici

    #7

    Thanks!