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nd look. That’s a good thing. Sometime we have to step way out of our comfort zone to actually move to even a slightly new perspective. Take a look at some of their posters to shake up your thinking about time, free time, and non-work time. What will you be doing with your time this weekend? Productivity Cafe Productivity Cafe

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ToDoList Resources © AbstractSpoon Software ToDoList is licensed under an Eclipse Public License 1.0 ToDoList is a rare form of task management tool, one that allows you to repeatedly sub-divide your tasks into more manageable pieces whilst still presenting a clean and intuitive user experience. ToDoList has been in continuous development for the last 10 years and is an ongoing project. Your tasklists are stored in XML which provides many opportunities for advanced formatting and printing using stylesheets. ToDoList's flexible design makes it ideal for both IT related projects as well as more general GTD uses. We welcome feature requests and respond promptly to all reports of bugs or unexpected behaviour.
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To-Do Lists from Mind Tools - Learn how to plan your time intell The Key to Efficiency How to write prioritized To-Do Lists, with James Manktelow & Amy Carlson. Do you often feel overwhelmed by the amount of work you have to do, or do you find yourself missing deadlines? Or do you sometimes just forget to do something important, so that people have to chase you to get work done? All of these are symptoms of not keeping a proper "To-Do List." To-Do Lists from Mind Tools - Learn how to plan your time intell
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Real World 2.0 Real World 2.0 In a new book, Here Comes Everybody, author and academic Clay Shirky argues the future is here; it's time to get on with it "Our principal challenge is not to decide where we want to go, but to stay upright as we go there." In his book, Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations, author and NYU faculty member Clay Shirky describes the profound impact of social technological tools on contemporary culture—from e-mail and blogs to Twitter and wikis.
This diagram is the guide to all the entries in this collection of information about how mind mapping software can communicate. Some packages have a built-in capability to import and export to other types of mind mapping software. Some can only be made to talk to other software if someone decides to make an XSLT or other translation enabler. Many software authors have kindly provided information about the format of their mind map or interchange files to facilitate this. Each software product has its own page. Exchanging mind maps between software - interchange reference Exchanging mind maps between software - interchange reference
Use Mind Maps to Achieve Your Goals Use Mind Maps to Achieve Your Goals Why is it that the beginning of the year always feels electrical with the excitement of *this year* being the one where you achieve all of your most important goals? Like most people, starting on New Year’s, I spend time thinking about my goals, write many of them down, and start taking action. While I am happy with the progress I’ve made in the past, I’ve had the feeling that many of my goals seem to lose momentum after a few months. Starting a couple months ago I began researching how I could effectively be reminded about my goals on a daily basis, but not be overwhelmed by tons of information or underwhelmed by boring goals written on a piece of paper. My research has paid off.
Organized Home Imagine a genie, a butler, a secret servant at your fingertips. Someone who remembers everything: when your kindergartner got his last round of immunizations, the name and number of that other Mom in the soccer carpool, what your second cousin named her latest baby. Every home manager needs this informational paragon, but no one has to scour deserted beaches for a jeweled bottle. This secret servant is called a planner--and every home manager worth her gym socks needs to have one.

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