Tips and Hints -
Make the most of MeaHQ
- Make MeaHQ part of your daily routine. Keep it open so you can easily access your lists, journal and other notes.
- Take the time to reflect on the material you are collecting in MeaHQ and how you are progressing to becoming more successful.
- On the left hand side you will notice a drop down asking you to ponder your current state of mind. It is useful to update this every day as being aware of your current state of mind is beneficial.
- Keeping a journal is a great way to crystalise your thoughts.
- Try and write an entry at least once a week.
- Write an entry after any particularly noteworth event, while it's still fresh in your mind.
- Talk about why you think things happened the way they did.
- Talk about what you were pleased with and why.
- Talk about what you think you could have done better, why, and how you're going to improve on this in the future.
- When you are reading you will come across awesome pieces of information. Note them down before you forget them.
- You don't need to write everything down, just the bits that are important to you.
- In writing these down you'll help reinforce them in your memory.
- Go over your notes on a regular basis to remind yourself of important points.
- Whenever you are contemplating something. Write it down. It will help you keep a better picture.
- The editor is designed to minimise distractions so you can maximise your focus. It is especially good in combination with full screen mode (F11).
Daily todo list
- Write your todo list the night before, or first thing in the morning.
- You can always add to the list during the day.
- Keeping your list will help keep you organised and also motivate you to get through the items quicker.
- Anything you can do quickly, hit straight away so you can strike them off your list.
- If you don't like our to-do list system why not check out our partner sites to-do list system. It's got some very funky features.
Lists in general
- Make sure entries are concise units. That way you will know exactly what needs to be done and exactly when it is finished and you can tick it off.
- Entries should start with a verb. This is good from a motivational point of view.
- When entering tasks, try typing a space followed by an open bracket "(". You will be prompted with a series of useful auto completes.