Britt Parrott on February 21st, 2006

by Britt Parrott Many people forget how routine their lives are. While this is especially true for those, like me, who have a regular 9-5 job, freelancers often get into their own routines, even while being less constrained by hours and location. Doing the same thing over, day after day, contributes to creative blocks. Some […]

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admin on November 1st, 2005

By Bob Walsh All too often when people like me extol the benefits of apply Getting Things Done we try to accentuate the positive, pointing out all the good things about it. Well, there’s the flip side too, and its probably time you heard about it: Not Getting Things Done is not just inefficient in […]

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admin on July 7th, 2005

One of the things I alluded to in my last post was confidence. I talk about “owning” something and having the courage to follow through. I realize, however, that this is not always easy. For some of us confidence comes harder than for others. I was always envious of those folks who could just get […]

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admin on July 5th, 2005

I feel there are a few great things I’ve done in my life. Much like many of you I not only got into personal productivity to get things done — I want to do great things. Maybe even change the world kind of things. It’s one of the reasons I’m so passionate about the Web. […]

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admin on May 26th, 2005

Wow, this personal productivity thing is really catching on, isn’t it? Not too much of a surprise, I suppose. Today Thomas Weber, of the Wall Street Journal, has a nice write up of several Web-based productivity applications. Along the way he makes a very good point I feel is worth mentioning: Can a high-tech list […]

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admin on May 18th, 2005

Most endeavors have some sort of goals associated with them. This must be true for those of us who are striving to be more productive and maintain a better work/life balance. I know I’ve been taking steps, such as starting this site, to help move myself toward some goals I’ve set. I mean, I’m not […]

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