What we do depends on how we feel about what we know. We cannot learn something or change how we feel about something without changing our behavior.
If you need to keep work and tasks separate, OmniFocus gives you a (limited) option. Here’s how to keep work tasks secure with a standalone, unsynced document.
No matter how bad the past was, there’s nothing you can do to change it. What you can do is change how you perceive your past, which changes everything.
Some of the most successful people don’t use a task list. Instead, they schedule everything on the calendar.
Regret anchors you to the past. It robs you of your joy in living in the present and makes you give up on the future.
Notifications are a two-edged sword. Here’s how to configure notifications to stay connected without completely destroying your focus.
A confused response will make any scenario worse. Here’s how the Crew Resource Management method gives you a four-step framework to avert disaster through clear communication.
Setting a reminder lets a task jump off the page at the right time. This lets you focus on what you’re doing without forgetting about what’s coming.
If we have too many options, we get overwhelmed and can’t reach a decision. Here’s how to overcome the overload.
Few companies know how to make beautiful software and functional hardware. Take the Epson ES–500W scanner, for example. It’s a workhorse of a document scanner—almost as good as the Fujitsu ScanSnap it replaced—but the software that comes with it leaves something to be...