How Your Worst Tasks Help You Perform Your Best

C tasks may seem like the bottom rung of productivity, but they’re a great way to keep your productivity high without overwhelming guilt.

How to Regain your Composure and Calm Down Quickly

Sometimes we need a little help widening the gap between stimulus and response. Here are five exercises to help you calm down and respond like you want to.

How to Keep Life from Crowding Out Your Task List

B tasks may not help you get ahead, but doing them will keep you from falling behind. Here are three tips for keeping their steady influx from taking over your task list.

See Your Actions in the Context of Your Vision for the Future

Peter Drucker’s three stonecutters were focused on today’s actions, being their best self, and their vision for the future. We need all three perspectives, but only one will keep you in the game.

How to Identify Tasks that will Reshape your Reality

Any action can keep you busy. Only a select few will actively move you towards the life you dream of.

The Productive Power of Remaining Calm

It’s easy to get worked up over something, but it doesn’t help. We just might end up farther away from our goals than we started.

How to Budget with an Irregular Income

Budgeting is a keystone skill for a healthy financial life. Here’s how to create a successful budget—even if you have an irregular income.

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Daily Productivity

Life comes at you fast. Here’s how to get things done so you can spend more time, attention, and energy on what matters most to you.

Being My Best Self

This time next year, will you be wiser, more thoughtful, and living a life you dream of? Or just a year older? Always take time to sharpen the saw.

Using OmniFocus

OmniFocus is the task manager I recommend for macOS and iOS. Here’s how to get the most out of it.

How to Achieve Your Goals—Digitally

It’s easy to set a goal. To achieve it, you need to keep track of a lot of details. In The Digital Goal Domination Guide, I’ll show you how you can reach your goals using OmniFocus and Evernote. Get more done this year than you ever thought possible!

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