I’ve always been interested in technology and its intersection with what we do in our daily lives. I love it when I figure out how to use the interfaces technology provides to make my day go a little easier. There’s so much you can do these days, one of the problems is avoiding getting lost in what it can do and focus instead on how you can use it.
I've been through hundreds of the best productivity tips from experts around the world. I've sorted them, chucked out the stuff that doesn't cut it, deleted duplicates and organised it into a single uber-list.It turns out that the advice from productivity experts can be categorised and that's what I've done to make searching for exactly the kind of advice you're looking for easy to do.
In this post I'm going to be exploring what you can do to stay on top of your emails. The post is divided into three sections. Principles of good email management, tactics for reducing the number of emails you get and tactics for managing your email inbox.
If you haven't already done so, take a look at the first post in this series where I show you how to set up the apps I use in all my workflows. In this post I'm going to show you how to take notes and have them always available at your finger tips, wherever you are.
I'm writing this post because some of my work colleagues have asked me to show them how I use my mobile devices to get things done. They've noticed that I've got something interesting going on. It's true, I've got a system that works really well for me. Since I'm writing it all up I thought, why not share it?
The brain of the average human being weighs between 1.2kg and 1.4kg about 2% of total weight. This complex organ controls most of our bodily functions, interprets the world around us, stores memories, creates interpretation and meaning, dreams, thinks, feels and establish personality.