I am sat writing this on the train from Leeds to London. Free Wifi on the train is powering my Internet so no need for the 3G card. Here are my collection of links for this week. My first link for this week is a link to an interview with David Allen from the Washington […]
There are some great videos coming out after the GTD Summit. 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.
This week say my RSS Subscriber count hit 3000 for the first time. It is a bit lower right now but that is normal for Feedburner on a weekend. Hopefully it will bounce back and always be above the 3000 mark. Yet another Sunday hitting @home. I have been fitting taps today in the bath […]
Another very productive week for me. I have been working on a very long customer report all week and also my latest eBook writing project for Cisco Press. Deadlines really help you to focus and I am happy to say that I hit another one. Good planning and time allocation are key to working on […]
I have been away from home for most of this week in Basingstoke but I am glad to be back and back to a good Internet connection. I have a deadline for the 15th this week for my next Cisco Press eBook so the next few days will be busy but I am ahead of […]
Just a quick note to wish all my readers a very Merry Christmas! I am looking forward to relaxing over the next few days and being as merry as I can. My copy of Making it All Work by David Allen arrived today, so I will start to read it over Christmas and report all […]
I have just ordered myself two books to read over the holiday season. Now, these are not your traditional festive tales of snowmen and Santa Claus, but what would you expect from a productivity blogger? The first book I ordered is The Creative Habit by Twyla Tharp. I first heard about this book via 43Folders […]
The new book from David Allen is now available for pre-order at the Amazon bookstore. The book is being hailed as the sequel to the fantastic “Getting Things Done” and aims to start with the GTD book left off. Concentrating on winning at the game of work and the business of life. I have already […]