Two Capture Methods You Might Be Forgetting


I was setting out for my daily 3 mile walk, and thumbing through the various podcasts I had waiting for me. I scrolled past the ones about blogging, and noticed the list was getting very large. But at the same time, part of me resisted because I didn’t have a way to take notes while listening. Or so I thought.

A phone call interrupted me, and I answered on my headset. Then it dawned on me that I could use the same technology for taking notes that I was already using for the phone.

Today we will talk about two capture methods that you might be forgetting. These methods can help you capture ideas and notes no matter where you are.


Supercharge Your Google Calendar


Google Calendar is a powerful tool. It allows you to access your calendars from anywhere on the web…and there are many applications that allow you to get the data offline as well.

However, there are some features that make Google Calendar even more powerful, and most people don’t know or take advantage of them. Here are 5 little-used features that can supercharge your Google Calendar.


Do You Fall For These Time Management Myths?


When I ask people about time management, I get two types of responses. Either people are gung-ho time managers and they struggle with it, or they do no time management at all.

Asking further questions, I was surprised to find that most of the people in these two camps fall for some time management myths.

Here are the common time management myths and what you can do to avoid them.


The Importance Of Handling “Done”


So you’ve done a project, wrapped it all up, delivered it. Now what?

In July we are going to look at projects: how to pick what to do, how to get started, how to move forward consistently, how to fix stalled projects, and what to do after you finish a project.

Today we look at what you need to do after the project is done and the importance of handling “done”.