關鍵字：大叔的愛大叔之愛おっさんずラブ Ossan’s Love 牧凌太 林遣都 春田創一 田中圭 牧春春牧
田中圭（花田創一）的演技太驚人的好！原來全7集內更有不少即興演出和真情流露的眼淚。田中圭無論聲線，眼神，五官面部表情，以致每一吋的身體語言，都控制把握得剛剛到位，超有張力！讚讚讚！（但身材實在太好，與他懶懶的角色好像不太配哈哈 XD。有時間操練嗎？！ #謎のいい体 #存在が罪）
- 性別：整個營業部也跨越了性別界線 XD 這個不多談了哈哈。
- 年齡：部長夫人蝶子 & 麻呂 MARO
- 背景：瀨川舞香與Wonderful 居酒屋店長 XD
– Ep1: 為什麼阿牧在一開始需要參加男女聯誼活動？
– Ep7: 大家覺得葉子在最後還是喜歡部長嗎？
After capturing all my raw thoughts by boogie board or memory palace / mind palace (see earlier post on “The GTD Capture Tools: Memory Palace, Boogie Board”) , the next step in the GTD system (“Getting Things Done” by David Allen) is to clarify the stuff into meaningful categories.
Here comes Google Keep and Google Calendar. (Evernote should be better but too bad my office blocks the software!! urgh).
Google Calendar – time-sensitive items ONLY!
- any time-specific action (e.g. time to renew my monthly MTR pass)
- any time-specific appointment (e.g. meetings, lunches, dinners, seminars)
- any anniversaries or holidays
Google Keep – everything else!
Once I have written down a raw thought, I would then transform it into (1) actionable step + (2) label them accordingly in Google Keep. It could be personal, work-related, basically anything that you think you should bear in mind.
Actionable step should be specific and easy to understand, e.g. “To discuss with my boss on xyz deal”, “to put these coins into my piggy bank”, “to read these FB saved links by today.”, “to dye my hair”.
For my tailor-made labels, they are:
- To Contact – these are “Next Action”. Need to execute.
- To Do – these are “Next Action”. Need to execute.
- Pending – these are the stuff I am waiting for other replies. Can only action when someone else responded / completed it for me. I can check the list regularly and follow up when ineeded.
- Someday / later – not urgent but good to remind myself from time to time. say, Visit Guangzhou K11.
- Reference – some links and notes. They are NOT actions.
- !QUICK – anything can be done in 5 seconds but I couldn’t do it now (e.g. to shred a paper in my handbag once arrived office..)
- !TODAY – it is like an urgent category, must look into these by today.
- General – some general reminders in daily life, say Read HKET every day.
- #MT – some MT related tasks.
- #Wedding – this is project specific.
- #Boss – this is for my boss -related tasks.
The very first step of “Getting Things Done” (GTD by David Allen) is to capture what has our attention and get the stuff all out of our mind (externalisation of my RAM).
To make sure we can keep a habit of keeping nothing in our mind, we need to have a trusted system / collection tools in place.
I have minimised the number of my collection zone into a few only, and I make sure I empty them regularly. They are my boogie board (電子板) and my mind palace / memory palace. They have become part of my lifestyle in order to capture any valuable thoughts at anytime! I become less overwhelmed and anxious when I can always offload my ideas to a safe place.
I like my boogie board because it is erasable with a click. It is light to carry. And I could always take a photo if I need to record them.
I have given up using any kind of post-it note / notebooks. I make sure that I only have one single “taking note” tool in my life so I won’t be wasting time searching for my notes.
I also use memory / mind palace (see post on “Moonwalking with Einstein”) when I have no way to jot down my thoughts physically E.g. during shower!! It works quite well. After the shower, I will immediately write them down / simply do it (if less than 2 minutes).
After boggie board and mind palace, I will then migrate them to Evernote or Google Keep as actionable steps (Step 2 of GTD – Clarify) (e.g. to call Herman to schedule meeting with wedding deco company) with appropriate tagging or labels. (#to contact, #wedding, #pending, #someday/later, #reference)
Ridiculous enough, my company has recently blocked Evernote, so I have switched to Google Keep. I like Evernote more because it shows the exact number of actions in each category. I have a better grasp of the volume I am dealing with in each category of life.