Everyone has a time machine that takes out 86,400 seconds a day.

(That's why I call aTimeLogger simply ATM)

And the difference between people is how you spend those 86,400 seconds. Are you Minute to Win It, or are you doing nothing?

This ebook is my take on the Alexander Alexandrovich Lyubishchev method of time recording.

Share how I've logged my time through TimeTrack / aTimeLogger, learned about myself from real data, entered the "record-categorize-analyze-change" positive loop, mastered my 86,400 seconds, and finally achieved my goal.

Data description: The examples in this book are desensitization data, not practical significance, for reference only

✍️ Word Count: 6 Chapters, 53 verses, 50,000 words

🖥️ Software Environment: Timetrack (FAQ) , iOS 12, Windows 10

⏱️ Use App: aTimeLogger (ATM) ; Timetrack (TT)

📅 Latest modifications: 2020-03-07 13:16:38(Beijing GMT+8)

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1. My Time Log, my first teacher

2. Who can keep time records for 56 years

3. Three benefits of keeping track of time

4. What do you hope to gain from the time record?

5. What exactly is time recording?

6. Does it hurt when you waste your time?

7. Costs and disadvantages of time recording

8. Start quickly with pen and paper

9. The difference between time electronic ledger and manual ledger

10. I advise you for the last time before you start recording.

Chapter 2: software operation

11. An article makes it clear that TimeTrack

12. TimeTrack, use it first

13. Five core functions of TimeTrack

14. Three data views included with TimeTrack

15. Maintain only up to 30 activity classifications

16. 5 common ways to categorize time

17. How to time multiple activities simultaneously

18. Take 1 month to polish your categories and definitions

19. Tips for color, naming and layout of categories

20. Use these 2 automatic recording software to assist in recording

Chapter 3: Advanced skills

21. System function - time calibration, automatic correction of associated data

22. System function - location, with scene markers

23. System function - archive, put away the unused categories

24. System function - tomato clock, focus on goal achievement

25. System function - countdown to prevent time wastage

26. Remote operation - how to control the mobile phone operating software with a computer

Chapter 4: Data analysis

27. TimeTrack data export and mapping

28. What to do with weekly exported data reports

29. What to do with monthly exported data reports

30. Automated data processing, 30 seconds to completion

31. It's a time record and an important diary.

32. Is data security and privacy guaranteed?

33. Data analysis methodology to make time work for you

34. You can look at the data from these 6 angles

35. No clue,That's because you're not asking the right questions.

Chapter 5: Illustrative examples

36. Example 1: How is my sleep?

37. Example 2: Did I do the right thing after changing jobs?

38. Example 3: Should I buy this dishwasher?

39. Example 4: How effective is my writing?

40. Example 5: The cost of recording

41. Example 6: A future home where the water is big enough for the bath

42. Example 7: Save money with piracy? Not necessarily.

43. Example 8: Pricing based on hourly rates

44. Example 9: The flow of time brings out the clever

45. Example 10: What have I been doing in the New Year?

46. Example 11: Give yourself a point.

Chapter 6: More content

47. Frequently Asked Questions about aTimeLogger and TimeTrack

48. Let more Chinese enthusiasts start time keeping

49. Excellent articles related to timekeeping

50. Other time recording software

51. Everything is connected and the future of time recording is in our minds

52. 4 New Thoughts on Time

53. Bringing the timekeeping method to life


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