I'm always trying to explain things in a way that is as simple as possible but no simpler, so I thought of another way to take a pass at David Allen's Getting Things Done [GTD] principles as applied to the curation process. Here is the workflow map: Here is how I apply it to the … Continue reading Getting Things Done [GTD] in Curation; Another Pass…
Chrome Web Store - Google Tasks (by Google) Easily add and manage your tasks from Chrome in one of three ways: Simply type "t Your new task" into the Chrome Omnibar to easily add a task from whatever web page you're on. Click the Tasks icon to add a task, see your tasks and task … Continue reading Google Tasks
Image via Wikipedia Psychologists tell us that it takes 21 days to forge a new habit -- yet most new year's resolutions are broken in first week. Why? Lack of persistance. This simple little tool may just be the answer for you... "Whether you're staring down the end of the year and want to get … Continue reading A cool tool to help keep you on track
Having problems managing email? David Allen, author of Getting Things Done and inspiration for a lot of posts 'round these parts, gives away a free four-page PDF at his website that covers his basic principals for keeping email organized. Getting specific without going too in-depth, he explains the 'two minute rule,' why action-able emails should … Continue reading Email Overload: Download a Free Copy of David Allen’s Email Rules
"Your boss needs the updated PowerPoint presentation file by Tuesday. Your spouse wants to know how many vacation days you've got left this year. Your co-worker needs your office pool picks. Everyone gets task requests via email all day long, and it's so easy to let these messages slip through the cracks. Whether your inbox … Continue reading Separate your email from your to-do’s
Image via CrunchBaseThe hosted task management system with the funny name is one of my favorite tools. Just this morning as I was hacking through my todo list, I tweeted that I was reminded what a great tool it is. Then, as fate would have it, I saw this post commemorating their 4th bday..."Four years … Continue reading I love ‘Remember the Milk’!