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Create more magic by linking time management to intentions!


Last month we explored creating more of what you want by defining and setting an intention to simply create more of it in your life. How is it working for you?


One of the ways to bring positive change into your life and work is to create synergy between your intentions and your actions. They meet up through planning and time management. As you may be aware
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, spending just fifteen minutes at the end of the day reviewing and planning can save up to 2 hours in wasted time the next day. That is an eightfold return on investment!


When you add 10 minutes in the morning to check in with yourself to review your intention, goals and finalize your 'to do? list; you multiple your impact again. Here is this month's challenge:


Give yourself this 25 minutes each day, 10 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes at night. Use this time to focus on what is most important to you by asking yourself the following questions:


Evening review - Review Today and Plan for Tomorrow:


1. What am I celebrating today?


2. What did I learn?


3. What do I want to let go of?


4. What is most important for me to do tomorrow to move toward my big goals?


These questions provide the framework to lift you out of the minutia and into the bigger perspective, to celebrate your life and successes
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, however minor, and to address, learn from and let go of any shortcomings, anger or unnecessary life litter that is floating around. It also tees up your internal conversation to be focused on what is truly important.


Oh
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, and yes, the final step in this exercise is to update your calendar and to do list for the next day. Remember to be realistic about what you can accomplish while still enjoying your life and catching the curve balls that each day brings. By engaging in this exercise, many of my clients find out that they develop a much better eye for seeing those curve balls and their reactions increase tremendously. And since baseball season is coming soon (Go Sox!!!), they are able to:


-see the ball


-decide if it is really meant for them


-if it isn't then in the split second they let it fly by
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, bounce off or catch and toss it to the appropriate person


-If it is, then they contact and hit the homerun!


Sorry, I got caught up in the reverie of last fall there for a minute. Although, I realize the Sox are a great example of never losing sight of your intention and your goals! And
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, I'll be that each morning, Sox players ask themselves similar questions as they prep for practice and games. To link your daily actions with your larger intentions, begin each day by reading your intention and goals and asking yourself the following three questions:


1. Check in on "What is most important to accomplish today to move me toward my big goals?"


2. What do I need to do for me today?


3. What do I need to let go of?


Notice that you get to let go of things twice! This is a great way to remove the unwanted and unnecessary stuff the crowds our days and, quite frankly
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, wastes our time. By identifying and eliminating it, you make space not only to focus on what is truly and important, but also to take time for the unexpected, magical serendipity that occurs when we are open to living our intentions.


My wish for you this month was aptly put by R.B. Brooke "Live the life you'd dare if you knew you could not fail."


Making The Decision To Automate Your Software Testing Computers Articles | May 5
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, 2005

Not every software testing project can or should be automated. Before your department accepts a new test automation project, you should establish a process by which projects are reviewed and either accepted or rejected. This can be done with a simple Test Automation Acceptance Checklist.



Repeatable Test Cases with Static Data


The true cost benefit of test automation is achieved only when the same scripts are executed multiple times. The first execution is very expensive because it includes the one-time cost of the automation tools and 100% of the Test Automation engineer?s time. When the scripts are executed again, the cost of test automation declines sharply. The tool has already been purchased and the scripts have already been coded. If there have been changes in the application, the scripts may require maintenance before being executed. Maintenance on minor software updates should be minimal.


Because test automation is only successful when the scripts can be executed multiple times
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, only application which require the same test cases to be executed with the same data are good candidates for automation. For example, a mortgage application that needs to be regression tested on a weekly basis could be a good candidate for test automation. Script maintenance is minimal and the scripts can enter a mortgage application using the same group of test data in a fraction of the time it would take a manual tester to test the same functionality.


On the other hand, a mortgage origination system, which cannot use the same test data for each iteration would not be a good automation candidate. Due to the nature of mortgage systems
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, data could be staged in various states of approval or rejection, based on the current data and the departments who have already processed their part of the mortgage application. If the script cannot easily figure out what data to enter in the software, it is not a good automation candidate.


Another problem with automating this type of complex system is that the test environment often contains a sampling of production data that is refreshed on a periodic basis. Sometimes this can be overcome by rebuilding the test data when the test environment is refreshed. The feasibility of rebuilding test data on a regular basis depends on the complex.
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