Past Present Future

 Past Present Future

Overview:

Before Now Ahead

Functional – what we want to do

Now Ahead

Functional – what we did

Before Now

 

Past

Past = before. For our purposes, past is a state/situation that we wanted to change. That’s why we created a task.

Present

Present = now.

“Now” appears in tasks we are creating and in tasks we have completed.

  • It is now that you decide to do something. It is now that you create or accept a task.
  • When you’re done, you want to share your experiences with others. You want to show what you have done.

Future

Future is what we want to change. Future is when the results come. Future brings satisfaction.

 

  1. Spot something you want to change. Share your thoughts.
  2. Create or accept a task.
  3. Complete the task.
  4. Show others what you did.

Examples:

  • Completed Task
Before Now

I had no bike. I wanted a bike. Not just a bike. A racing one. A red, fast, vintage beauty.

I contacted a friend who assembles bikes and asked for help.

I was lucky. He was able to use some old parts he had in his basement to reduce costs.

 

  • New (not completed) Task
Now Ahead
No proper comments section.

People can’t post comments effectively.

That’s not good because we’re here to talk to one another.

Goal: comments section available below posts.

How to do this: I want to try two things.

  1. Check if I can add the “Disqus” panel.
  2. Check if I can modify the already available tools .

I will add a new test article and work on it.

When: I want it to be ready before October. When I’m done, I’ll share a “Completed Task” table 🙂

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