They say that good software makes the impossible possible and the easy elegant. Or something like that.
From 9–5, I transform brilliant ideas into beautiful software. I see it as a way to help bring out the best in people by giving them tools to do things they otherwise couldn’t do. (Technology is great that way.) What you do with that newfound ability or the time it frees up is another question entirely, and one I want to help people answer someday.
Here, I blog about personal growth and productivity. In the spirit of “learn it, do it, teach it”, I’ve decided to share what I learn as I go. Please do the same.
If you are new to my site, you might want to start with my most popular posts. Here are my top three in each category:
- Today: A Due + Flagged Perspective for OmniFocus
- Scheduling Tasks in OmniFocus
- How to Automatically Flag Starting Tasks in OmniFocus
- The Ivy Lee Method: Simply Productive
- Focus on What’s Important (and Not Urgent)
- Fill Your Bucket with Big Rocks
- Why Everyone Should Have a Personal Mission Statement
- To Thine Own Self Be True
- What I Learned About Priorities from Grandma’s Fine China
- The Genius of Banishing Brown M&Ms
- Six Email Signature Mistakes that Might Send the Wrong Message
- 10 Tips for Going to Bed Earlier
You can also check my blog’s archives for a list of every post I have written or use the search function in the sidebar to find other posts that might be of interest.
What People Are Saying
Bite-sized, actionable info that you can directly apply while using OmniFocus. … You’ll also discover a slew of practical productivity tips and tricks for GTD.
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You have one of the coolest first names, ever. You should be a superhero.
I wish you luck, love, and laughter. And if you’re the person from whom I first heard that trio: thanks.