The Tools David Allen Uses to Get Things Done

Lifehacker curated this story from The Atlantic: GTD guru David Allen recently spoke in an interview with The Atlantic about all the things that keep him organized and productive. He uses a combination of low-tech tools and digital applications to accomplish what he says is the number one thing people need to do to gain … Continue reading The Tools David Allen Uses to Get Things Done

Calendars…

The folks at Lifehacker took a poll on the top calendaring applications. Here are the results... "Nothing's more important to your productivity arsenal than a solid scheduling tool, and considering so much of what we do happens at the computer, a good calendar application is just the thing to bring order to your agenda. On … Continue reading Calendars…

Outlook and GTD

If you're an Outlook user and want to be more efficient, I highly recommend this new white paper from David Allen..."For those of you working with Outlook 2007, you might want to get the new GTD & Outlook 2007 whitepaper. We overhauled the previous Outlook document with new tips, tricks and strategies for maximizing Outlook … Continue reading Outlook and GTD

Some good email advice…

...from a reputable source..."Want to be sure that you are a valuable member of the team? Well, then don’t annoy your coworkers with your email habits. Or worse, don’t annoy your superiors. “Since email is now the number one business communication tool it’s become the best way to trumpet your value and save your job,” … Continue reading Some good email advice…

How DO You Do It?

Stay on top of your industry, that is. If you're a business professional in any category and you're not using Google Reader or some lesser tool to monitor newsfeeds, I'm very concerned about your future. Whoa. What did you say, Todd? I said, I'm very concerned about your future! You see, unless you're working on … Continue reading How DO You Do It?