"Does it spark joy?" If you've done anything in the organization or productivity space you've heard this phrase from the popular organizer Marie Kondo. While I haven't gone down the complete rabbit hole yet I have been making a concerted effort to get my physical clutter challenges under control. A few things have started to … Continue reading Managing Physical Clutter
The plethora of productivity tools in the marketplace, from small single-user solutions up to enterprise wide platforms, creates an environment of confusion when it comes to implementation. Do these sound familiar: What does this tool do? How can I use it? Does it have the features I need? What features DO I need?Who is going … Continue reading A tool without a plan is worse than no tool at all
I've been focused on using Notion for the past couple of weeks and have found a specific feature has crept into my daily workflow without me even thinking about it. This feature has turned what was an organizational challenge into the proverbial "piece of cake." Linked Databases Notion supports the idea of taking a database … Continue reading Making my task list part of my notes in Notion
Do we really need a separate app for each specific problem? Let me get up on the soapbox about this one.
Using OneNote on a Chromebook takes some planning and compromise to be successful. This is how I do it.
How you are perceived is as important as what you have done at times. If you're going through the effort to turn around bad productivity practices you'll also want to make sure people know you're not that procrastinating slacker anymore. How to clean up your personal brand
It's amazing how some people can take to a solution like it's second nature. This has proven to be my mother when it comes to using Bullet Journaling as part of her daily routine.
Episode 32 of Being Productive is all about the motivation and application of Bullet Journaling to help her take a firmer control of her life and give her much needed confidence.