In my last post I explained how I use learning-based engagement to learn something new. In this tutorial I share how I use Asana, my favorite project management tool, to keep track of my learning goals.
As I mentioned earlier, the key to making real gains with any learning goal is to be consistent and have some way to actually track your progress. Asana is awesome because you can visualize your goals and progress in several different ways, in a drag-and-drop board interface, with a calendar, and data visualization.
Here’s the full tutorial with my example of tracking my Mandarin Chinese goals in Asana:
Here’s a step-by-step tutorial for how to track goals with generic instructions: