ENFP’s reported using multiple calendars for different functions. One uses a Palm PilotÃ‚Â® for scheduling, but creates a daily to-do list using Microsoft WordÃ‚Â®, so that she can cross out tasks as she completes them. Another uses an electronic calendar and task list along with a manual tickler file consisting of a folder for each day of the month and a folder for each month, where she keeps all the paperwork to back up her electronic system. A third uses a Day-TimerÃ‚Â® system, one page per day, folio size, with monthly calendar inserts to keep on track, along with a calendar on the kitchen fridge to keep track of family activities. INFP’s had the widest participation rate in the survey, and reported a variety of time management system preferences, encompassing both paper-based and electronic systems. One successfully manages her busy schedule with a PDA to schedule personal and private practice appointments. She schedules job appointments on her computer at work using OutlookÂ® and syncs her PDA and work computer upon arrival and again before leaving work. Another uses the Palm PilotÂ® for scheduling and alarms, along with Microsoft Streets and TripsÂ® to find locations and download to the PDA. She likes the ability to print her calendar and have the entire month in front of her. Another uses a Franklin PlannerÂ® “when she thinks of it,” sometimes recording tasks that have been completed, in case she need to remember when she started something, and uses the Microsoft WorksÂ® calendar occasionally as well. One INFP designed her own multi-ring planning system.
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