cyclical time management

The Taiyo Johnson theory of “cyclical time management”

Our years are divisible into halves, quarters, months, weeks, and days.

These time divisions, moving in succession from one month to the next, one week to the next, often require tasks of a repetitive nature. So that what one has to do in month 1 he may also have to do in month 2. For example, paying a bill.

The Cyclical Time ManagementTM system seeks to capture a list of these repetitive actions for each time division. The system then outlines and documents the steps taken to complete the action, incorporating that information into a “Life Operations Manual.”

The creation, continual  improvement, and use of this manual allows the individual to execute their life tasks with greater efficiency/effectiveness, including the possibility of outsourcing low productivity tasks.