5 Tips to Make Your GTD Review Easy and Fast

I wrote about what my routines are recently, one of the reasons I started with them was because I wasn’t getting to my review process. When I didn’t get to my review process I found that I’d spend the night flustered or the weekend with some nagging feeling like the whole house of cards was […]

Reflecting on 2018 and Setting Up my Bullet Journal for 2019

With 2019 approaching I’m looking at how I’ll be breaking in my new Bullet Journal. Let’s take a look at how I have started my Journal in the past and what I’m planning on changing for 2019. I’ve typically started with the three exercises I have in my Business BootCamp course. 5 Year Life 4 […]

Why I Use a Bullet Journal Instead of Productivity Software

A day doesn’t go by without some new productivity tool coming across my radar. Most recently it’s been Notion, which looks great and at the same time seems to fall into the same categories you see with so many other applications. Notion lets you build what you want in a productivity tool. Need a calendar, […]

Weekly Logging with Your Bullet Journal

One of the best spreads I added to my Bullet Journal was the weekly collection. I included it in my book, Analogue Productivity, and you can see it written up here. Today’s video is going to walk you through my exact planning process for a week. I used this exact weekly spread for November 19 […]

How Speeding Up My Reading Meant I Read Less

Convenience, however, often comes at the expense of understanding. The less time you spend examining things, the less you know about them. When it comes to understanding how you spend your life, it’s important to slow down and take the time. – The Bullet Journal Method In 2018 I launched a new podcast called Should […]

The Daily Routines I Use to Bring Calm to my Work

I have done a video of this as well which is embedded at the bottom of the post or if you want to just view it on YouTube click this super awesome specially crafted link. It’s like magic…trust me. Like many of you, I’ve read Getting Things Done. I can explain what GTD is, and […]

6 Tips to Bring Sanity to the Overwhelmed Creative

Yes I wrote a book all about Analogue Productivity, but in September 2018 I started looking longingly at task managers and project management tools again. I gave 2Do a shot, then looked at the upgrade pricing for OmniFocus. I tinkered with the idea that Things 3 was the update that would work for me. I […]

Creative Breakthrough is Powered by Time Off Work

The most creative and most productive workers are the ones who are able to unplug from the office, recover their mental and physical energy, and return to their work recharged. – Rest My latest book The Art of Focus launched August 28th and do you know what I did just a bit before the launch? […]

On Reading Lots of Books

This article by Darius Foroux got me thinking more about my reading schedule. My current aim is to read a single book a week. As you can see on my Goodreads Profile, I’ve been averaging more than that for a few years. What I haven’t done is re-read the best books, and I rarely read […]

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