Howdy partners I deleted a couple of my other WordPress blogs lastnight in a attempt to narrow my focus so I can be more effective, in fact I’ve been running around like a mad man cutting off everything that’s not producing the desired result. So now with minimal distractions I’m expecting many of my dreams to come true.
Everyone has to find their own killer personal organizational app, and for me, it’s a single, free HTML document called GTDTiddlyWiki. The self-contained standalone mini-wiki is packed with features but it doesn’t dictate how you work – it provides a canvas on which you can design your own process improvements and workflows.
I was messing around on Pilot’s new (and nice) website, and they have G2 Mini pencils out! I have always liked the G2 pencil for writing in books I am reading, and I commented once that the Mini would be the best mechanical pencil around. To boot, it comes in all the colors!
Top 5 Reasons To Take Naps
Several lines of evidence, including the universal tendency of toddlers and the elderly to nap in the afternoon and the afternoon nap of siesta cultures, have led sleep researchers to the same conclusion: nature intended that we take a nap in the middle of the day. This biological readiness to fall asleep in the mid-afternoon coincides with a slight drop in body temperature and occurs regardless of whether we eat lunch. It is present even in good sleepers who are well rested.
It is no surprise that since I received my free copy of MindJet’s MindManager (MM), I have been using this program like crazy. And I must say, it is a very diverse and broad application which you can use in a variety of ways. What I would like to do is not run you through all the features and possibilities of MM but use it as a guideline through the five steps of GTD and see how you can use it.