Productivity, Motivation, and Personal Development Links – 12th September 2010

I started my most recent book project and have around 10 days before my first deadline so I am busy working on the text. Glad to say that I started early with minimum procrastination so that I am making good progress.

Here are my collection of links for this week.

  • My first link for this week is to a great little motivational post from Joe Hobot titled Live Your Life While You Can. Although nothing like this has happened to myself, I know people who it has happened to and facing death tends to change people’s outlook on life for the better. This is a nice inspirational read.
  • My second link is a post titled Action Not Words: The Difference Between Talkers and Doers. How many times have you met a gonna doer. Somebody who is a talker and not a doer. This post looks at what the difference is between these people.
  • My third link is to a post showing how the author uses Evernote for Clients. I always love to see these usage posts for Evernote, which is one of my favourite applications.
  • My fourth link is a link to a post titled Six Ways to Supercharge Your Productivity. This is a nice list of simple ways to boost your productivity so stop what you are doing and read it now!
  • My fifth and last link is to part 12 of a 14 part series from the Simple Dollar where they are discussing the Getting Things Done book by David Allen. This twelfth installment is titled Getting Things Done: The Power of the Next-Action Decision. This is an excellent series and well worth the time investment.

Hope you all have a great week ahead!

3 thoughts on “Productivity, Motivation, and Personal Development Links – 12th September 2010

  1. @JoeHobot

    Thank you Andrew for linking, and also thank you for sharing the rest of the links as they were(are) very good!

    As far as you not relating to the topic I created I think you might be wrong 🙂 …you have life right? So how can you not relate my man!

    I think you are very enthusiastic person and could do great things and by noticing your blog, I can see that you are already doing good things!

  2. Andrew Mason Post author

    @@JoeHobot: What I meant is that I have never had a similar experience so I can not relate to the feelings you must have had.

    I always try to do good things and I am grateful for what I have chosen to have 🙂

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