Tag: to-do

Why I look at OmniFocus

Why I look at OmniFocus. Although the title references it, this article can be generalized to any task management application. It’s an oversaturated market, sure, but I really think an effective standardization of task management will help everyone on the face of the earth. I’ve evaluated pretty much every to-do app under the sun but […]

Posted: May 08, 2012

To-Do Lists Don’t Work

To-Do Lists Don't Work – Daniel Markovitz – Harvard Business Review. I agree with this article just as much as I disagree with it. I agree in that to-do lists do not work. Having a random list consisting of both blue-sky items as well as a reminder to pick up the milk just doesn’t make […]

Posted: January 25, 2012

Improving Your Process: Boosting Productivity

A common goal among people is to work hard, and to work smart. I try to keep this in mind as much as I possibly can, and I’ve got a strong interest in finding new and improved ways to work more rapidly and intelligently. With that comes a constant change in my day to day ‘routine’ (or lack there of), whether it be what time I get up, what I sit down at my desk and do first, or what I save for the end of the day.

Posted: January 07, 2008