We all work out, we all need re-hydration, we all buy Gatorade… wait, stop. EnerT, this simple do it yourself tea-based energy drink, may be a better (and cheaper) option.
We’ve covered tons of web services that help long-distance co-workers collaborate, and you’ve got to choose what works best for your team. That said, today I’ve got a rundown of the web-based software that runs Lifehacker’s virtual headquarters.
Doesnt have anything to do with GTD…I just like the composition of the picture.
Mind Mapping is a great tool for brain storming for meetings…The Black Belts have a post sharing the Mind Mapping methodology.
I was planning a training session recently when I ran into one of those blocks. You know what I’m talking about. Where you just seem to reach a dead end in terms of mental organization and direction. I had to organize my thoughts. I had to get it together. After struggling for a while. I decided to mind map.
In theory, the more we are able to read, the more we’re able to know. Sounds pretty simple, right? It actually isn’t. Because nowwe’ve introduced a mindset that skimming is the new black. How else can you keep up with all the happenin’ stuff going on around the web, 24/7? If you don’t skim the news, you’re pretty much a loser. Even on playgrounds kids who don’t skim Dr. Seuss get beat up and have their lunch money stolen. Okay… maybe it hasn’t gotten that far into our society, but it’s close. Real close.
In this episode, David and Merlin look at best practices for implementing Getting Things Done. David shares some great advice on firewalling review time and warns us how to avoid the perils of “cruise control.”
What do you use to take notes? Are you bombarded with yellow sticky notes when you sit down at your desk? What about accessing that yellow sticky on your desk when you are on the other side of the country, or down the street at the cafe? Stikkit has you covered.
Surfing the Net while lying in bed is pretty comfortable (except for the part where I end up falling asleep on my laptop). That’s where this contraption comes in. The Easy Desk Aluminum is a portable desk that can be twisted and bent to accommodate your positioning.