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

How my areas of responsibility contaminated my contexts

My struggles with contexts I don't know about you, but I have suffered through long years of struggle with contexts. I adore the idea that David Allen proposed in his work "Getting things done", but it took me a very long time to get them to work appropriately for me. I scoured the internet looking … Continue reading How my areas of responsibility contaminated my contexts

Productivity budgeting: the missing personal productivity component

Limitatons of personal productivity tools Modern productivity methods and tools go a long way towards optimizing our focus on areas and things that really matter to us. GTD, for example, provides us with an elaborate basis for identifying what we need to do next, depending on our context but also on our overall priorities, expressed … Continue reading Productivity budgeting: the missing personal productivity component