I’ve been trying to get in Acumatica learning here and there when I can, but I have a full-time job, a lovely wife, an adorable one-year-old daughter, and a son on the way. So, it’s hard to find time. When I do have time, I tend to get carried away and will work on Acumatica until the early hours of the morning. Then I’m exhausted the next day and it takes some time to recoup.
My new strategy is to take a more consistent, steady approach using the Pomodoro Technique. I just devote 25 minutes to Acumatica, then reassess if I should stop or put in another 25 minutes. My max is one hour per night. This works out well because the learning sections are small enough to be digested in 25 minute intervals. They say the tortoise wins the race. Let’s go tortoise!