I’ve been thinking about this a bit lately but more in the context of which work I take on. Some clients mean well but their expectations can be disproportionately draining and counter-productive. Seth Godin has sage advice (as usual) in his post titled “The care and feeding (and shunning) of vampires” which includes this gem:…… Continue reading Shun the vampires
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
I had a rough day with my arch nemesis today so I thought I’d vent a little with this list. It is not a closed list, just a little vent list. Software I love and which brings me happiness when I use it: Simplenote Scrivener OmniOutliner Software which induces vomiting, tears and panic (and must…… Continue reading Software to love and that induces vomiting
I’ve been trying OmniPlan out for the last few days as some of my projects are becoming more and more complex. It’s quite a bit of a learning curve but I’m enjoying this app!
This OmniOutliner for iPad video makes me want to go back to using OmniOutliner for my notes! I used to use OmniOutliner on my Mac for all my notes (I especially used it for meeting notes) and when Nastassja joined me in January with her PC laptop, we needed a way to share notes so…… Continue reading OmniOutliner for iPad envy
A new app called Clear, due for release in early February, may be the productivity lifeline you have been waiting for to help you make sense of your tasks. I am an OmniFocus fan. I use it on my desktop and sync it with the app on my iPhone. OmniFocus is one of the primary…… Continue reading Clarity about your tasks with the Clear app