Matt Perman’s new book has me re-examining my time and task management systems. I have seen some questions floating around about optimal OmniFocus setup, so I thought I’d share mine. I don’t know that it’s optimal, but perhaps this will be helpful, and if anyone has any insights to optimizing, that would be great!
If you read only one book this year*, it should be What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done by Matt Perman. Yes I mean that. The aim of the book is “to reshape the way you think about productivity and then present a practical approach to help you become […]
I LOVE this. “We want to push the boundaries of what can be done by robots, versus humans.” More of this!
Do your daily tasks include handling a large amount of incoming information that you are expected to process, act on, and keep track of? Â Do you feel like you are constantly getting busier, with more responsibilities, with no end in sight, and cannot currently handle it all? Would you like to boost your effectiveness at […]
Implementing David Allen’s Getting Things Done methodology has changed my life in terms of being able to accomplish tasks and especially having the creative head-space to think and dream, and execute on those dreams. Â By no means have Â I perfected this, and I still let a lot of things drop (something about the way I’m […]