Working with technology, the eternal quest for innovation, personal organisation methods and tracking security trends.
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The following list of resources are various productivity articles and sites I’ve come across in the time since writing Creating Flow with OmniFocus.
While it would be impossible for anyone to accommodate, let alone agree with, everything others have written, it is often very helpful to examine, consider, and weigh other opinions in the process of developing our own systems for work. I am certain to have missed several posts and writers in the community. Please do contact me if you know of a post or author or are one yourself and would like to be listed. Probably the best place to begin is with understanding Getting Things Done (GTD) itself. The Getting Things Done book presents the essentials about how to develop a productivity system. David Sparks has done an excellent job putting together a screencast series about using OmniFocus 5by5 A multitude of productivity podasts and productivity gurus including: Academic Workflows on the Mac Robert Agcaoli’s Gridwriter Appstorm Asian Efficiency Basics. Lifehacking. Simple Life & Time Management. G.T.D - Next Action Analysis - Process...