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In this guest post, Barry Hill shares a to-list written by his eight-year-old son and what it taught about the difference between being and doing.
I have tried almost every task management system available. However, I have have yet to find anything that works for me better than Nozbe. Here’s why.
In this brief, two-minute video clip, Behance founder and CEO Scott Belsky discusses how today often trumps tomorrow and what happens when it does. He then discusses how to distinguish between the urgent and the important.
My to-do list is at the center of my personal workflow. Like you, I am bombarded with scores—sometimes hundreds—of requests every day. They show up in my inbox, on the phone, and at my door. All of them want action now.
Late one night, I caught myself saying to my wife Gail for the third time, “Just a few more minutes, Honey. I’m almost done.” Immediately, I realized I was lying to her and to myself. I closed my laptop and jotted down a list of ten things that had kept me—and others—from completing their work.
GTD users often email me, asking about the technology I am currently using. I am used several over the past several years. Recently, I switched to OmniFocus.