Wunderlist will go away in favor of Microsoft To Do. Is To Do up to the task?
The COVID-19 pandemic presents novel problems for teams and businesses across the world to complete their work that, while social distancing and stay-at-home orders may have slowed, did not halt entirely as people still need essential services and their critical operations to continue. Social distancing and stay-at-home measures urged by the WHO, CDC, and Continue Reading
This article was originally published on February 24, 2017. Electronic to-do lists rock. Paper to-do lists as your main productivity platform are old-school and inefficient for recording thoughts and tasks leaving you to tackle what’s in front of you. While some people are looking for many bells and whistles with their productivity/to-do platform (if that Continue Reading
In an email to subscribers this morning, Steven Kotler, co-founder and Director of Research at the Flow Genome Project, resigned as the project’s director. In his email, Mr. Kotler assured readers that this change is a “cause for celebration” and that he will continue on his “same damn mission–decoding the neurobiology of flow.” Mr. Kotler Continue Reading
Editing is a process. Spending as much time reviewing and editing as writing and rewriting is key to putting out good work. I can’t help you make your thoughts out any better, but I can pass some tips to help ensure you haven’t missed a comma or have accidentally a word when you self-edit. Writing Continue Reading
What is a weekly review? A weekly review is so much more than simply “clarification” of your inbox items during a particular time of the week. It’s a chance for you to formulate short-term goals this week and plan your time to execute your long-term game-plan. Performing a weekly review is imperative to keeping productive Continue Reading