In this fourth post of the GTD Back To Basics series we look at what projects are in terms of the "Getting Things Done" methodology and how you manage your tasks for each project. … Read More »
If you're looking to organise all of your tasks in a single place then you can't go far wrong with a pocket sized notebook, In this article I look at how I organise a range of tasks across my daily life and sort them into contexts so you can plan out your various actions in a meaningful and productive way … Read More »
I received an email a while ago (well okay, I admit it was ages ago but I’ve been busy!) asking me to check out the The College Student’s Productivity Guide – 27 Apps, Tools, and Resources. From the introduction: … No, there isn’t a free download that can cure your hangover from Saturday night, but […] … Read More »
I received an email from the David Allen Company earlier on today: Dear Katy, David Allen is proud to announce our partnership with Linkage, Inc. a world-wide provider of the finest training solutions available. Find out how someone in your company can be certified to deliver the Getting Things Done methodology in-house, accelerating your whole […] … Read More »
Following on from my post about keeping your inbox clean, blogger TwisterMC has an interesting post about making labels stand out more in Thunderbird. It involves using the “styleish” extension or hacking the userchrome.css but if you use a lot of labels it could be well worth it. Hat-tip to Lifehack.org … Read More »
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