Productivity, Motivation, and Personal Development Links – 31st May 2009
Had another great but very busy week. I was in the Forest of Dean for two days this week and then took a long weekend to go camping with my family on the East coast of the UK.
We stayed in a traditional North American Tipi and had a great time. The weather was very kind to use, which is always a bonus in the UK!
Here are my collection of links for this week.
- My first link for this week is a link to a post about Using Mind Maps for Creativity, Note-Taking and Productivity. This is a great post for those of you who love Mind Mapping and for those who don’t, you really should be taking a look.
- My second link is a link to a comparison of Getting Things Done (GTD) vs. First Things First (FTF). FTF is a mthodology from Steven Covey that differs to the GTD Methodlogy from David Allen in quite a few ways. Good post that is worth a read.
- My third link is a link to the final post in the Best and Worse series from GTD Coach Kelly Forrister. This series of posts from Kelly has been about the best and worst practices for the five main areas of the GTD Methodology. This is invaluable reading if you are an advocate of Getting Things Done.
- My fourth link is a link to a neat little GTD trick – Using a calendar as a file index to find files. The source of this trick is the author of the Japanese book, Idea Hacks, take a look.
- My fifth and last link is a link to a GTD Community on Ning.com. Worth a look as there are some good resources on the community website.
I have still got quite a lot to do before my work week starts tomorrow so I will leave you all here.
Wishing you all have a fantastic week!