Over the time I have been writing on Organize IT I have created and developed a number of useful tools, ranging from detailed ebooks to definitive lists of productivity fans on Twitter. For ease of use I have collated all these tools here in one place.
I am proud to present my first ebook, Clutter 101: The Definitive Guide To De-Cluttering Your Home. It takes a realistic look at the issue of clutter, providing practical, actionable advice on how to gain control of it. What’s more, it’s free!
The weekly planner is my tool of choice for organizing my work and my time, and getting focused. Now into its third version it has been radically streamlined to suit my needs and demands. Hopefully you’ll find it as useful as I have, or maybe it will give you the inspiration to design your own tools to fit your personal requirements.
GTD, personal productivity and lifestyle design Twitter list
There are many bloggers and writers on Twitter covering topics as varied as getting things done and lifestyle design, so it made sense to compile a list of them so that we can all connect with each other and share ideas. Regularly updated!
If you are a fan of GTD you will no doubt be aware of the included trigger list which is used to brainstorm ideas and clear your head. However, the only problem with it is it’s too short. To remedy this I have created what I believe to be the biggest trigger list out there. Give it a try in your next weekly review.
Goal setting contract
When we sign a business contract we do so knowing we can’t break it (unless you want to face the consequences) so why not apply the same principle to yourself? Keeping personal promises is a big part of being productive so by filling in this goal setting contract you can gain extra motivation when you need to do something.
They are the notebook of choice for many creative people and because they are so popular an entire niche has grown around the humble Moleskine. Because I’m a fan myself, I’ve dedicated an entire post to collecting all the resources and hacks I can find. If you know of any other links please let me know!