Year for Productivity: Session 7: Notebook Software

We’ve spent several weeks now talking about ways to manage our calendars, our mail and our to-do lists. What about all those websites, blog posts, articles, quotes, images, emails, slide presentations, videos and the like that we all run across … Continue reading

Year for Productivity; Session 6: Calendars – As Old as Time, as New as Tomorrow

Now that we are past the Mayan Calendar scare of 2012, we can talk about the use of calendars in productivity without looking at the date and wondering when the world will end. The problem is that writers on productivity … Continue reading

Year for Productivity: Session 5: It’s all about the P’s: Paper, Productivity and Pomodoro

Paper as a productivity tool?  Really?  In this day and age of super connected mobility with online resources? Believe it or not, paper still has a great deal to offer to our productivity toolbox. Kevin Purdy, in a LifeHacker Top … Continue reading

Year for Productivity Session 3: Email: To Zero or not to zero… that is one of the questions..

When discussions commence about the topic of productivity, inevitably the topic of email overload is soon a focus of discussion. We have hundreds (or thousands for some people) of emails in various work and personal accounts cluttering up our mailboxes … Continue reading