A few months ago I listened to this great episode of the Focussed podcast where hosts Mike and David discuss “moving the needle”. In summary, they highlight the importance of “effectiveness” and why we shouldn’t […]
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Do you ever feel overwhelmed by ideas? I do. Most of us have lists of ideas in a note somewhere, but very rarely do we act on them. Ideas hit us all the time and […]
Recently, the members in my VIP Slack group and I were on a group call. We were talking about this idea of where you lie on the “execution «» perfectionism” spectrum. In other words, do […]
The life of a digital nomad sounds great. Working and travelling simultaneously sounds awesome (and it is) but it’s not without its challenges.
In last week’s blog post about self-doubt, one of the ideas I touched on was whether you should have a ‘Someday/Maybe’ list or not. To recap, in case you missed it, my argument is that:
If you consider yourself a “productivity geek” (like me), then chances are you’ve come across the “80/20 principle” at one time or another. The 80/20 principle, also known as Pareto’s Principle, was named after the […]
The following is an extract from my popular ebook, Guidelines. This is one of the guidelines I really try to live by. Even now, I still struggle to follow this rule, but when I do, […]
Over the last few years of constant experimentation and refinement to my own productivity system, there is one technique I’ve continued to use and recommend since day 1; “time blocking”.
The ONE Thing by Gary Keller is a must-read for anyone interested in productivity and personal improvement. This book clearly defines why productivity is the perfect vehicle for getting what you want an living an […]