Schnitzelfisch on Visual Planning: Make Others Respect Your Working Hours

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


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  • Boomer2k10


    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


    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



    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


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


    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


    Book "the power of full engagement"
  • venatici