Category Archives: Productivity

Summer Reading Update (or How I Learned to Renegotiate My Commitments to Books)

Photo courtesy of phantomswife Summer has long since come and gone and I wanted to write a quick update on my summer reading list and let you know how I did. I started off pretty close to my list, knocking out … Continue reading

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How I’m Working

Here’s an insight into how I’m using OmniFocus for Mac and iPad, Levenger products, and the GTD methodology with my Office Deskscape. Follow the link or click on the pictures for detailed descriptions for each image.

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Install Regular Reflection & Reviewing Habits to Maximize Your Learning

Photo courtesy of JMEllwood I love to learn. I feel in many ways as if we’re in the golden age of learning. We have at our fingertips a wealth of resources to provide a truly dynamic and rich learning process. From … Continue reading

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Beyond Angry Birds: How iOS Folders Can Help You Get More Creative Use From Your iPad

I love my iPad. I love telling people about how much I love my iPad. But when the Apple commercials for the iPad come on I often feel a sense of envy as though I’m not really using it to … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Apparently there is a connection between happiness and education. Extrovert lies (“it’ll be fun!”) and other humorous musings about life as an introvert from Psychology Today’s new Introvert’s Corner blog. Keith Ferrazi explores how to build better relationships. Why we … Continue reading

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