Seth Godin:“No one is going to remember seven years ago what you read on Facebook today. But if you read the right book today then it could change your life forever.”Source: The EntreLeadership Podcast: #210: Seth Godin—Change Your Mind, Change Your Life
I just wish I had the foresight to successfully create a sideways notebook.
When it comes to practice you can’t merely go through the motions. Practice must be deliberate.
Is the advice to follow your passion wise? Angela Duckworth in Grit says yes, but not without a proper understanding of what this means.
Using a clipboard manager to perform double duty: paste as plain text and store text you copy on your Mac for quick retrieval later.
Trying to remember tasks, living from email to email, or having post-it notes scattered everywhere is no way to live!
My review of Do More Better by Tim Challies
Doing a weekly review will make your next week more efficient and productive. Taking the time to review backwards and forwards helps you stay on track, meet deadlines, and keep pushing ahead.
Set aside time to prepare for meetings to make the best use of your time and others.
This is my go to app to block out background noise and focus on the work at hand.
Thoughts on using a combination of RSS and the Nuzzel app to avoid the blackhole of social media.
Knowing the strengths and weaknesses of the way you work is the key for any team project.
An introduction to Markdown and why I use it for taking notes, handouts, and the beginning stages of my academic writing.
Using the Prizmo Go app allows you to take a picture of what your reading then copy and send that text to the note taking app of your choice.