Just thought I would share this cool little screencast showing the features of the Desktop
MAC GTD App, Things.
I do not use
Things myself as I still prefer OmniFocus but I do prefer the visual look of Things and also The Hit List.
Hope you enjoy the screencast!
If you use a Mac, you should be using
Quicksilver. I got into Quicksilver as soon as I bought a Mac after reading a post from Merlin Mann over at 43Fodlers regarding Quicksilver.
Most people only use the application launching capability of
Quicksilver but if this is all you do, there is so much more that Quicksilver can be used for to make you more productive.
The following video is from
Derek Neighbors and is part of some fantastic productivity videos that he produces on Vimeo.
The video shows you how to use Quicksilver to add a calendar entry into Apple iCal.
I hope you agree that this is a neat little video!
This is another great video out of the
This video has snippets from some
GTD Summit attendees about their bad habits with relation to GTD. David Allen himself is even interviewed in the video!
I wish I could have been at the
GTD Summit, may have to make next year for sure.
I must admit mine is that I can sometimes miss my weekly review, I bet this is a common one..
What are your bad habits?
As I previously mentioned, the
GTD Summit that just happened in San Francisco has resulted in some great online videos.
This video is from
Lifehacker.nl and is an interview at the GTD Summit with Phil Libin, the CEO of Evernote.
The video covers the intersection of
Evernote and GTD, the use of Evernote around the world and some ideas on how to improve Evernote.
Hope you enjoy it!
There are some great videos coming out after the
I will try to get as many of these on the site as I can so I will start with this one that was recorded before the summit and features an interview with
David Allen about his new book, Making it All Work.
Just watched a nice little video from fellow productivity blogger,
Jared Goralnick over at Technotheory.com.
I thought I would share it. Cannot believe I had not noticed this before and I am sure I will now use this all the time!
Got any other neat little Firefox tips? If so, let me know by leaving a comment below.
This is a nice little video from the Internet Business Mastery that covers
Getting Things Done and how you can use Mind Mapping to Get Things Done.
The video shows the use of
MindMeister. I also use Mind Manager from MindJet on my Mac and PC.
Mind Mapping, do you?
This video has been doing the rounds over the past couple of days so I thought I would post it to my blog in case you have not already seen it.
David Allen, the Author of the Getting Things Done Methodology in his home office. Although the video is only short, it shows you how David organizes his own office.
If you have not seen it, check it out.
Just thought I would share this great interview with
David Allen, author of Getting Things Done (GTD) with Robert Scoble on WorkFast.tv.
The interview is 30 minutes long and David Allen goes through the
basics of GTD and how David came to create the GTD system.
This is a great video from two great thought leaders of our time, not to be missed!
Being a security guy myself, the storage of personal data on public servers is always a matter of concern.
Luckily, I have just come across a cool little video showing you how to
encrpyt and decrypt your notes in Evernote.
I love little snippets of information such as this. Isn’t it great that we can get information such as this at our fingertips free of charge. Enjoy!