Join me for a quick review of the major concepts presented in Jim Benson's foundational book, Personal Kanban. We will start by reviewing the two simple rules of Personal Kanban: 1) Visualize your work, and 2) Limit your work-in-progress (WIP). Then we will cover other important topics from the book, including establishing your backlog, what is value stream (or how to organize your Kanban Board), what it means to pull work through the process, and how to embrace kaizen (a state of continual improvement). The goal is to give you enough information to get you started down the path to using Kanban to manage your own personal tasks and projects.