Showing posts tagged productivity

  1. What is the smallest step you can take?

    Charles Roper wrote a great piece called Kaizen in which he talks about breaking down big things into small steps.
  2. Todoist: the filters I use

    Here are the filters I currently use in Todoist.
  3. Todoist: how I stay focused using a custom start page

    This is the custom start page I use multiple times a day.
  4. Cortex on time tracking

    If you care about how you’re spending your time, track your time.
  5. Clouds and dirt

    You want to be an equally good architect as you are a mason.
  6. Dumbphone

    My phone is the biggest distraction device I own. It’s always at arm's length and it’s full of Apps that provide instant gratification, but later invoke feelings of guilt for having wasted time and energy.
  7. The importance of a checklist

    The problem is that our jobs are too complex to be carried out by memory alone. The humble checklist provides defence against our own limitations in more tasks than we might realise.
  8. Today’s priority

    The word priority came into the English language in the 1400s. It was singular. It meant the very first or prior thing.
  9. My daily routine

    My productivity, and more importantly, my output have dramatically increased since employing a daily routine. There’s a reason why some of the most prolific artists, writers, and entrepreneurs have a daily ritual.
  10. Trello: tips & tricks

    Learn how to use Trello like a pro.
  11. The raft

    A raft at sea is useless. It moves around aimlessly—back and forth—to nowhere in particular.
  12. Scratch: a quick input notepad for iPhone

    I’ve been using Scratch for a couple of days and I love it. It has replaced PlainText as my main writing app.

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