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Moleskine VS PDA – how to decide?
August 5, 2008 by Katy Whitton

I’ve been toying with the idea recently of going back to use my PDA again for calendar and task management. I know, I know! I’ve long been a staunch supporter of using Moleskine’s for managing my tasks, and my phone for managing my calendar but it’s starting to get a bit too complicated for my […] … Read More »

Productivity

Moleskine VS PDA – The Continuing Saga
August 5, 2008 by Katy Whitton

So, it’s been a week since I last wrote about my decision to pit my Moleskine against my PDA and I have to say, I’ve failed miserably so far! All my appointments have gone into my phone and all my actions have been written on my to-do list. No PDA has been harmed used in […] … Read More »

Productivity

GTD: Projects and Duplicate Actions and how to avoid them
August 4, 2008 by Katy Whitton

I had an email from a reader recently (yes, I have at least one!) regarding my paper based system and how I deal with managing projects/actions in order to avoid duplication across lists (e.g have an action assigned to a project list and then having the same action written on a context list). I thought […] … Read More »

Productivity

What I've learned about email these past two weeks
August 2, 2008 by Katy Whitton

We”ve not long migrated from Thunderbird to Entourage at work, which I was a bit hesitant about as I”m a big fan of Thunderbird and have used it quite successfully within my “Getting Things Done” system, plus it made managing emails really easy with the rules and labels that it offers. So, what have I […] … Read More »

Productivity

We're all going To-Do list crazy! Survey Results
August 1, 2008 by Katy Whitton

There’s a press release over at the Microsoft website entitled “Survey Shows Increasing Worldwide Reliance on To-Do Lists” which, oddly as the title indicates, talks about how more men and women are relying more and more on their to-do lists: U. S. citizens reported the most dependency on to-do lists worldwide, with more than three-quarters […] … Read More »

Productivity

Plan your budget for 2008, 101+ GTD Links and Why tasks are like Salami
August 1, 2008 by Katy Whitton

Firstly, get your self organised financially for 2008 with Martin Lewis, the “Money Saving Expert”. Use his online budget planner to work out how well you’re doing financially. Use the free online calculator here Or download the Spreadsheet from here Next, check out the “The GTD Resource Motherload: 100+ Links” from Bootstrapper. Unfortunately, Fipping Heck’s […] … Read More »

Psychology & Communication

Psychology Tuesday: Learn to Say "No"
July 9, 2007 by Katy Whitton

This website contains affiliate links. Purchasing items through these links won’t cost you anything but they will help me make a small amount of commission to help run my site. These links are marked with a * Tuesdays are Psychology and body language days at FlippingHeck.com Sometimes, even though we can be organised (or we […] … Read More »

Productivity

GTD Simplified: Prune your Someday/Maybe lists
July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Monday’s are “GTD Simplified” days here at FlippingHeck.com A “Someday/Maybe” is an action or project that you’d like to do…. at some point, not necessarily now. I have to hold my hand up here and say that I don’t really “do” someday/maybe lists. Sure, I might jot down the occasional idea for a blog post […] … Read More »

Productivity

GTD Simplified: What's your inbox style?
July 8, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Welcome to the first installment of “GTD Simplified” where each Monday I’ll be talking about some of the “ins and outs” of GTD and trying to make them simplier. I talked about collecting stuff in the first part of the GTD Back To Basics series but what about stuff that crops up on a day-to-day […] … Read More »

Productivity

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 More »

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