Productivity

In sales? Mixmax is your personal assistant

In grade school, I was a Boy Scout. A rite of passage for all Boy Scouts is the day you get a pocketknife. I loved that pocketknife. Besides doing the obvious, cutting stuff, it also had a bunch of other cool attachments. It had a fork, spoon, toothpick, and a bottle opener because, you know,…

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My Productivity Workflow

I have a number of tools and techniques for getting stuff done throughout the day. This article originally was written to myself as a text file. I’m publishing because it might help others. It’s certainly going to help me when I inevitably fall off the wagon. Getting Things Done I follow the GTD methodology for…

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How to Implement GTD using OneNote

Overview In this article I’m going to discuss how I moved from Omnifocus to OneNote for implementing the Getting Things Done methodology. OneNote is a great cross platform general purpose digital notebook application from Microsoft. The cross platform nature of OneNote suits me really well since I have an Android, Mac and iPad and am…

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What to do with your physical stuff after a GTD sweep?

I’ve recently jumped back into Getting Things Done after a year or so lapse. Yesterday I “corralled my stuff” by going through my office and clearing out every self, nook and cranny. Following David Allen’s method, I processed all of that stuff by tossing it, filing it or making a note of it as a…

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Getting Things Done Book Outline

I’ve been a practitioner of the book “Getting Things Done” by David Allen for years. I reread the book every few years. I finally got around to outlining it. Note that this is a work in progress, I’ll remove this note when the outline is complete Part 1 – The Art of Getting Things Done…

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