I’m just in the process of finishing my final draft of the instructions for the Autofocus system, which are due to go out on Monday. At the moment there are 1,304 people signed up for the Beta testing so I think I am going to have plenty of correspondence once people start trying the new system out.
It’s still working brilliantly for me - in spite of the fact that I have deliberately been trying to overload it - something which is only too easy to do with most time management systems. The most exciting part for me has been that it has kept me concentrating on what is really important without my necessarily being clear what that is. What I mean is that it’s only with hindsight, looking on back on what I’ve done, that I can see what the system is putting the emphasis on and what it is rejecting. Just about always it’s clear to me that the system has caused me to made better choices than I would have on my own.
Now that life is returning to normal after the Christmas and New Year lull, I expect to find that the emphasis will change - it’ll be interesting to see how.