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Freelancers – How much should you charge?

Freelancers – How much should you charge?

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

That’s a difficult question to answer for the budding freelancer and I discuss it in my Managing Web Projects ebook but it is a bit complicated and a bit of a horrible formula to work out your hourly rate (and please excuse me it’s been a while since I’ve done algebra and brackets confuse me […] … Read Article »

Productivity

GTD Simplified: Ubiquitous Capture Tool

GTD Simplified: Ubiquitous Capture Tool

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Monday’s are “GTD Simplified” Days on FlippingHeck.Com According to Dictionary.com, Ubiquitous is: u-biq-ui-tous [yoo-bik-wi-tuhs]: existing or being everywhere, esp. at the same time; omnipresent A “Ubiquitous Capture Tool” is therefore something that you have access to wherever you are. I’ve mentioned before about using my Moleskine as my capture tool and that’s with me 95% […] … Read Article »

Psychology & Communication

Psychology Tuesday: Motivate Yourself

Psychology Tuesday: Motivate Yourself

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Tuesdays are Psychology and Body Language Days at FlippingHeck.com Last week I wrote Motivating your Manager and it seems a little unfair to lay all of the blame at the bosses feet! So, to balance things out this week I thought we’d take a little (light-hearted) look at motivating ourselves. Do you need motivating? I […] … Read Article »

Productivity

GTD – Back to basics 5: The Weekly Review

GTD – Back to basics 5 – The Weekly Review

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

In this post in the GTD Back To Basics series we take a look at the importance of the Weekly Review and the type of things you need to look at when going over your previous week and your week to come. … Read Article »

Productivity

GTD – Back to Basics 4: Projects

GTD – Back to Basics 4 – Projects

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

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 Article »

Productivity

GTD – Back To Basics 3: Contexts and Next Actions

GTD – Back to basics 3 – Contexts and Next Actions

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

In the third post in the GTD Back To Basics series we take a look at what contexts are and how they can be used to simplify your organisation of all of those "to-do" items you have floating around your task lists and how to decided what your "Next Action" for each task is. … Read Article »

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Mactastic

Mactastic

July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Well, I’ve gone and done it. After 6 months of deliberation I’ve bought myself a Macbook. It was a toss-up between this lovely machine and a windows-based one but as I’ve decided not to touch Vista until service pack one comes out (which will be a while) I had to plump for what shall be […] … Read Article »

Productivity

My Killer GTD Setup

My “Killer” GTD setup

July 7, 2007 by Katy Whitton

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 Article »

Productivity

My Killer GTD Setup - Follow Up

Follow-up: My "Killer" GTD Setup

July 7, 2007 by Katy Whitton

In this post I expand on my current GTD setup to show you how I handle someday/maybe lists, project lists and support material and how that works with my notebook planner. … Read Article »