Rather than just working through a list of tasks in your task manager, the idea seems to be to maintain an ongoing narrative of your day. A benefit of this approach is a pretty high degree of mindfulness.
I recently started experimenting with Google Keep, Calendar and Reminders to get things done. I’ve only really just dipped my toe in the water but it’s been interesting so far.
Wow, Tim Urban’s TED Talk just speaks to why I procrastinate and I’m sure I’m not the only one.
Having ADHD doesn’t mean the end to productivity. What it means is that you need to develop a productivity system that plays to your strengths and reduces the likelihood you’ll wander off chasing squirrels.
Omni Group, the company that produces a number of terrific productivity apps that I use, has just released OmniFocus 2 for iPad. It is a long-awaited overhaul that updates the app in line with the Mac and iPhone versions. I rely on OmniFocus heavily and use it several times a day. It is such a…… Continue reading Great GTD overview to coincide with OmniFocus 2 for iPad
Ever have one of those days when you feel like you are in the middle of a task and project tornado? Times like those remind me of one of David Allen’s mantras from his book “Ready for Anything: 52 Productivity Principles for Work and Life”: Relax, refocus The other two members of my team are…… Continue reading Relaxing in the middle of a task tornado