Using Trello as a personal productivity tool

I’ve been using Trello as a personal productivity tool for the past 4 months. Turns out, it actually performs much better than any other tool ever did. Or, rather, I function a lot better with Trello than with any other tool I ever tried. Why? Let’s find out! Prior tools Trello is not my first … Continue reading Using Trello as a personal productivity tool

Zen & the Art of Work – review part 7 – “addressing thoughts”

This is the seventh part of my review of Kourosh Dini's video product which consists of 16 "sessions", video chapters, on how to get to beter work. You can find more about it here. It guides the users through the first steps in the build and the acquisition of a new or improved toolset which … Continue reading Zen & the Art of Work – review part 7 – “addressing thoughts”

Zen & the Art of Work – review part 6 – “Setting thoughts aside”

This is the sixth part of a sixteen part review of Kourosh Dini's excellent "Zen & the Art of Work", which you can find out more about right here. The idea of the review is to go through each of the modules, the video chapters, and review what they are about and how they have … Continue reading Zen & the Art of Work – review part 6 – “Setting thoughts aside”

Zen & the Art of Work – review part 5 – “Preparing time”

After a number of blog posts on the US elections, which I found too interesting not to observe and write about, I'm back to "touching the keyboard", as Kourosh himself referred to it. I'm back to writing my thoughts about his excellent course "Zen and the Art of Work". This is the fifth part of … Continue reading Zen & the Art of Work – review part 5 – “Preparing time”