Tag Archives: project management

One of Power.ME’s greatest features is its adaptability. It can accommodate everything from minimalist to-do list productivity to multilevel, large-group project management and everything in between. However, some of the customizable options for larger endeavors get lost in the shuffle. So if you’re looking for a better way to manage your Power.ME collaboration, even small-scale […]

When you’re striving to be productive, you probably have a method or means of getting things done. You’ve laid out all the steps, written out your benchmarks, and plotted the due dates for each piece of your project. Planning things out like that can be a huge help in accomplishing your goals, but it’s important […]

If you’ve read David Allen’s Getting Things Done, you’ve encountered the idea of a “next action.” If you haven’t read the book or encountered the GTD productivity system, understanding the idea isn’t difficult: a next action is the very next task you need to complete to make progress on your project. So if you’re planning […]

If you’re using Power.ME solely as a way to keep track of your to-do list, you’re missing out on some of its most adaptable and effective features (of course, if your life is simple enough that all you need is one long to-do list, you’re doing pretty darn well for yourself). I’ve discussed a few […]

In honor of Memorial Day, today’s post is part one of a two-part series that applies principles inspired by the experiences of American military servicemembers (part two will post on Tuesday). Today focuses on lessons learned during Operation Anaconda in Afghanistan. Pete Blaber, a Delta Force commander who directed significant aspects of Operation Anaconda, wrote […]

The average workday is full of interruptions and distractions, and although a lot of those distractions come from external things like the internet or the open window, some of them come from the internal workplace. Someone has a thought that he thinks you need to hear and hey presto! Your workflow and focus get interrupted. […]