admin on August 3rd, 2005

As some of you may know I left my full time job last week to head out on my own and make my attempt at doing something great.. So far it’s been wonderful. I’ve had more “me” time and I’ve been able to get quite a bit of work done. However, I’ve heard tell that […]

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admin on August 2nd, 2005

Throughout my professional life I think meetings have been one of the biggest sources of frustration. I’m one of those people who really likes to work at work and while I do find some meetings very useful, and the occasional meeting totally necessary, I think the majority of meetings I’ve attended over the years could […]

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admin on June 29th, 2005

I just wanted to take a moment to announce the new redesigned To-Done. When I launched this site, about two months ago now, I launched it with a nice, clean, yet somewhat hurried design. In the spirit of “getting real” I just wanted to get to what matters most to me — the content. It’s […]

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admin on June 17th, 2005

How about a little fun on this Friday? A friend of mine and I were talking a few nights ago about productivity and all the little gadgets and “things” that people get to help stay organized and be more productive. The funny thing is that, in general, I seem to do better with less. Stuff, […]

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admin on June 14th, 2005

Today I was pointed in the direction of an article in Fast Company by Alan Deutschman called “Change or Die.” It stuck a chord with me right away because I’ve been working on a piece about doing something great and one of the biggest barriers to getting something great done is fear of change. In […]

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admin on June 9th, 2005

I’ve never been a big user of chat, but I know many people who are and recently I was cajoled into trying to make myself more available to others via iChat. For the most part I find chat applications to be very useful and I see them as potential time savers if used in the […]

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admin on May 31st, 2005

The following is a quick story highlighting one time when a tool, in this case Backpack, did exactly what I wanted it to–help me remember my ideas so I can relax more, enjoy my weekend and be more productive. As I was heading out last Friday this post from 43 Folders came through via RSS. […]

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