The tickler file

A key premise in my life is that sane, progressive people need to stay healthy, debt-free, focused, and mutually-supportive or we’re never going to make it.

Read a lot of the projects I’ve mentioned or pointed to on this blog in supportive of this goal. As a group, we need to be lean, efficient, and direct. We don’t have infinite time or resources, human or material. The Universalist principle at play here is that God responds to our finitude and doesn’t deal with us in the light of God’s own infinitude. Without that grace, we would be as next to nothing as anything could be.

(I got the link from Jordon Cooper.)

The point? I want to be more efficient with what I have and can muster.

I found an interesting management blog: 43 Folders, and think a number of you might like it too.

There’s a matching wiki that tells you what the real-life forty-three file folders are for. Tonight’s project: a tickler file.

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

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