Task Management

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The Art of Articulating Outcomes

You have no idea how much clarity you need to get things done. I know this because I have watched how articulating outcomes has evolved for me over the last six years, and I hope to share some of my insights with you here. If you are like most people, your task list has tasks [...]

By |June 29th, 2013|Written Articles|2 Comments
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All-Out War On Email Programs

There should be an all-out war on email programs. As somebody who likes to be as productive as possible, email programs just aren't measuring up. And I'm not the only one who thinks this. Frustrations with email programs have multiplied all over the blogosphere. Whole Kickstarter projects have kicked off as a result. What is [...]

By |January 28th, 2013|Written Articles|1 Comment
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All Spread Out and Not Getting Things Done

In a recent post, David Allen addresses the “Three Common Reasons Why People Flounder.” The three key variables are Consistent, Current, and Context Available. He writes of a recent coaching session with a senior executive which brought these to his attention. I’d like to focus on the first one, with special attention to mobile app [...]

By |December 10th, 2012|Written Articles|0 Comments

Getting Some Actionables Done

By |July 24th, 2012|Screencasts|0 Comments

Doing the Daily Review

By |July 24th, 2012|Screencasts|0 Comments

Ready-Set-Do! & TaskPaper Unite

Ready-Set-Do! just released a new version that now syncs with TaskPaper on your iOS devices. Why the choice of TaskPaper? The reason is simple: Simplicity. TaskPaper has a clean interface and all of the basic functionality portable users need to make and modify their tasks. Here's how to setup Taskpaper to sync with your RSD [...]

By |July 8th, 2012|Written Articles, Xtras|2 Comments