When it comes to lightweight task managers, on Mac, especially, you think immediately at TaskPaper, an application provided by Hogbaysoftware. TaskPaper has a long history of reviews and good reactions. I discovered the application several months ago, when it was included in a bundle at MacHeistÂ , and that should point from the beginning that TaskPaper … Read more
The proliferation of web-based productivity applications – with a GTD twist, of course – seems to be the buzzword for these days. It’s less than one month since I wrote a review about 43actions.com, and today I will do the same for another application, called Gtdagenda. You can find it at gtdagenda.com, and if you … Read more
After my previous post, about my top 13 iPhone applications, one comment draw my attention to a specific web application designed for the iPhone. I haven’t been a fan for web applications, especially for the iPhone, mainly because my web access when I’m on the go it’s a little bit erratic, but, nevertheless, I felt … Read more
Downshifting is a good thing. As one of the bloggers who haven’t blogged for the last few weeks, I can assure you that downshifting is good for your health. I’m not going to explain what downshifting is, I’m sure that a whole library couldn’t give you an exact idea, but I will tell you how … Read more
We talked several days ago about the Reality Within, the way your memories and habits are dictating your actual behavior. Let’s make it a little more exact, let’s talk about a specific reality: the Sundays reality. You have inside of you all the memories of your Sundays: since you were a baby, since you were … Read more
Well, this is not directly related to GTD or other personal development techniques that I follow on this blog, but it’s an interesting study. According to this article, sleep is the period when our brain it actually rebuild its cells. So loosing sleep means no new cells… No new cells, more pressure on the existing cells … Read more
I’m sure everybody has its own definition on that. My MAC OS Dictionary tells me this: “procrastination: delay or postpone action; put off doing something : it won’t be this price for long, so don’t procrastinate.”. You certainly have a different definition, I’m sure. This diversitiy comes from a wide spread of the activity itself: everybody procrastinates, this is why a name had to be found for this activity, a name that each would define differently, but everybody would understand the same.
For me, procrastinations is the ability of someone to change his attitude and perception about what he wants to do.