In the last few weeks, I’ve been using a few tools that are new to me, and they may be new to you too. All of them are worth a look.
Tag Archives: omnifocus
David Sparks has finally published part one of is long awaited screencast on OmniFocus. I’ve only watched part of it so far, but as expected, it is easy to follow and thorough. In this first one, David deals with a topic near and dear to my heart — capture — and I’m looking forward to learning from him.… Read more
Every week or two, I get a kind note from someone who has stumbled on the site and pillaged the archives. This is usually a Mac switcher or someone who is just trying to get their workflow in order. Some of the posts where I describe my workflow, especially the Capture Everything series, are now over a year old.… Read more
This is part of an ongoing series on Contexts where I explore some of the unique contexts I’ve been working with in my GTD system.
This is part of a short series on Creative Tools. Other posts in the series (so far) include: Creative Tools: Hardware.
When I ran the workflow tools series last year, I had one post for my software tools. It seemed better this year to break it into two parts, this post on my backend tools, and another post to come on production tools.… Read more
“It’s not the writing part that’s hard. What’s hard is sitting down to write.” – Steven Pressfield in The War of Art
Sometimes ideas are pressing on my finger tips, demanding that I allow them to burst out into written words.
Most of the time, ideas form inside, where I guard them until I think they are ready…until I think they are good enough to share with others.… Read more
This is part of a series on Contexts where I explore some of the unique contexts I’ve been working with in my GTD system.
While David Allen’s Getting Things Done has shaped a lot of my workflow, my efforts at implementing a weekly review have been half-hearted. For more than a year, I’ve scheduled an appointment with myself every Monday morning for a weekly review.… Read more
As often happens with the new year, I find I have a renewed willingness to rethink everything. This ranges from the larger looming questions of life goals and purpose, all the way down the practical minutiae of how I structure my days and workflow.
With the official release of Things (and the expiration of the free betas), there has been ongoing chatter from those trying to decide which GTD app to use: Things or OmniFocus. Things last beta, and a promotional discount, are ending tomorrow, so I know many are trying to decide which way to go.… Read more