Category: Ask The Readers
Ask The Readers: Productivity, Personal Development, Lifestyle Design… What Best Sums It All Up For You?
One of the problems I have with this blog is trying to categorize it, and sum it all up. When somebody asks me what I write about here, it’s difficult to explain. There are quite a few words that get used a lot, but it all seems very subjective and none of them ever seem [...]
A simple question today that I hope will get some varied responses. How did you learn GTD (or if you use something else, how did you learn that)? The obvious answer will probably be that you just read the book, but that wasn’t the case for me and I suspect it isn’t the case for [...]
In the process of writing Monday’s post on why I prefer the almighty pen and paper combination above all else, I ironically started to feel a slight twinge of curiosity about all those GTD apps out there. Most of the GTD related tweets on Twitter revolve around people’s experiments with different apps and I pretty [...]
As I mentioned on Monday, I’m currently reading a book called Do Good Lives Have To Cost The Earth? which discusses what living well actually means (basically, not the consumerist pursuit of material things that we’re used to) and how we do not have to damage the planet in order to achieve it. It’s well [...]
The whole idea of work/life balance has been a big issue for quite a few years now. As we become more embroiled in work and businesses demand more and more from us, it increasingly encroaches on our personal time. It’s no wonder the popularity of personal productivity and time management has soared. But how do [...]