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“Slow and steady wins the race.” I had the chance to watch a friend complete her first half marathon last weekend. While I was waiting at mile 10 to cheer her on to the finish, I couldn’t help but notice the running styles of those that went past. At the very front of the pack, […]

You have projects that are all-consuming—they are both important and complicated. You spend time and energy on them for months, thinking about little else. And then, you finish. And it’s great. You have time to relax, catch up on tasks placed on your back burner, and . . . then what? What’s next? In the […]

There is plenty of talk about what YOU need to do to boost your productivity, but there is also a lot to be said about the condition of your environment and its effect on your mental state and therefore your productivity. It’s important to take a look at the conditions around your workspace, know what […]

The last part of the GTD workflow discussion is about the last two phases of workflow: reviewing and doing. Again, this is nothing new, but the information should serve as a reminder of why Getting Things Done works for so many people. Reviewing and doing complete the reason for GTD’s success. People can fully trust […]

The GTD productivity model is a clear model that anyone can implement. It may seem intimidating to jump all the way in to this system, but once you do, you’ll have a process that you can trust, freeing up your mind to actually complete tasks instead of just worrying about them. Today, I’ll cover how […]

The GTD productivity model is a clear model that anyone can implement. It may seem intimidating to jump all the way in to this system, but once you do, you’ll have a process that you can trust, freeing up your mind to actually complete tasks instead of just worrying about them. In several posts, I’ll […]