Here is a quick list of some of the main tools I use: Laptop: MacBook Pro 15″ [I have the version prior to the one found in this link] Email: Mac Mail [I bring my Gmail and work mail into here] Calendar: iCal Contacts: Mac Address Book Task Management: OmniFocus Capture tool 1: Moleskine journal […]
Archives for March 2009
The Washington Post has a Q&A with David Allen where he answers readers questions.
How does prayer relate to productivity? In many ways. One is: Focus on the important not just in your actions, but also in your prayers. Make sure you are praying for the most important thing of all. On this, see John Piper’s great post, The Most Important Prayer Request in the World.
How do you keep track of your books to read? If you do GTD and have a “books to read” list, do you consider that to be a type of project list, a type of next action list, or some other type of list?
That’s the mantra at IDEO, which they apply not only to the design of their products, but also to their organization itself. Now, before getting into that, a quick aside. This principle, that “enlightened trial and error outperforms the planning of flawless intellects,” is quite profound. It is based on the reality that we are […]