Adam Savage has a great quote on his YouTube video talking about a tool cart he constructed. When asked about keeping tools in drawers he said, ” Drawers are where tools go to die.” This
The term remote work is everywhere. Former office-only workers now working from home, a new push from companies to get people back in the office, and confusion on behalf of people when it comes to
The Memorial Day weekend weather has been a bit disappointing so far this year, so rather than wasting a day I took yesterday to realign my office to a “new” layout. I included new in
Episode 57 of Being Productive is all about this concept of hoteling: going in to work in an office with no dedicated desk or location of your own. I’ve done this myself for multiple years
A short video blog about the importance of trusting your processes to help you get over unnecessary doubt.
It’s been a little while but Being Productive is back with a new episode. This time I’m following up on some thoughts on a future episode at ProductivityCast about Ben Crenshaw’s book The Myth of
“Awww, do you need a nap?” We’ve all heard this said to a grumpy toddler at some point and time. Partially it comes from knowing that rest for them is good but also because it
The concept of user experience debt translates just as well to the failure to understand capabilities in existing systems. As a SharePoint consultant I see this time and time again. People will look at SharePoint
Did you know you can organize your information by how quickly you need to access it?
This is one of those minor rant posts I’m using to get something off my chest. When someone says something is “impossible” it immediately raises the hair on the back of my neck. Not because