Do you know how to create an action plan? Do you need to? Have you ever found yourself saying any of these things? "It's all in my head." "I forgot about that." "No one can do it except me." "I don't know what to do next." Most of us have. The most common … [Read more...] about How to create an action plan and get more done
All good things come in threes, right? I sure hope so, because I’ve got three pillars in my system to organize digital information: Evernote, Dropbox and Google. If you’re thinking, who is this lady and why does she think she knows anything about organizing effectively? Didn’t … [Read more...] about One way to effectively organize digital information
Have you read David Allen's Getting Things Done (affiliate link)? Many tout it as one of the best organization systems out there. I love the idea behind it, but the complexity of his systems overwhelms me. I know that I would only follow through with his suggestions for a week, … [Read more...] about What is the best (digital) organization system?
As we're rapidly moving through January, I'm realizing anew the distinction between between goals and habits. Do you distinguish between the two? A new year, new goals With the dawn of the new year, I sat down and contemplated my goals for the coming 12 months (more to come on … [Read more...] about On goal-setting and habit formation
This is also known as A List of Things to Do in Short Bursts of Time that Aren’t Urgent, but Still Move the Needle Forward. What are productively non-productive tasks, you might ask? They’re quick tasks that can be taken care of in minimal downtime, as long as you’re prepared. … [Read more...] about 11 must-do productively non-productive tasks