This is the third part of an in-depth review of Kourosh Dini’s “Zen & the Art of Work”, which you can find out more about here. Introduction This video chapter, the third one of Kourosh Dini's epic "Zen & the Art of Work" is aptly titled "Taking a step". After having settled on what project … Continue reading Zen & the Art of Work – review part 3
This is part 2 of a multi part review of Kourosh Dini's new video product What is this chapter all about? This second video chapter, the first real chapter after the introduction, goes deep on how to make considered choices about what you will be doing next. In short, this chapter explain how to best … Continue reading Zen & the Art of Work – Review part 2
I've recently taken a close look at the application folder on my Mac. If you sort your applications by "date last opened", you may be in for a surprise. More than 70% of the applications I have installed had not been opened in the past 30 days. Including some applications I consider essential and would … Continue reading Quick tip – learn to use your tools
The short of it At a certain point, you need to make a lead of faith and start trusting your GTD system. If you do not do that, you will not be able to test its real relevance to you. The Last Crusade There is this great Indiana Jones movie. It is not Raiders of … Continue reading Leap of faith – trusting your GTD system
Sven Fechner has provided a short and as usual concise description of a key to do if you are a 1Password user. If you are not a 1Password user, you should become one ASAP. It is the best cross-platform program out there to securely manage your passwords. Thanks Sven! I'm on it.
Sven is onto something I just read this post by Sven Fechner. Sven, for those who do not know of him, is one of the most prolific and relevant bloggers on personal productivity. He also has a day job working for a large multinational. I admire this guy, because he achieves what most of us … Continue reading How our failure to fail impedes our success
Playing the piano When being asked what GTD is all about, I'm often reminded by what I see every day when I'm watching my kids practicing the piano. I remember the day they started their first practice as if it was yesterday. Their fingers clumsy on the keyboards, not really knowing what to do, but … Continue reading Chipping away at your mountain