CategoryProductivity

OmniFocus Tip #2: What’s on the top of your mind? — In- box Strategy

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The Problem I’m not sure if it’s because of my diagnose or if it’s just how I am, but I tend to jump (like a frog!) between the things on my mind(mostly in the morning). It’s almost like I never get in time to the dentist appointment because there is so much interruption on the way that makes me change the route. Do you recognize your self in this metaphor? The things I...

How to Improve your Typing Skills and have fun while doing it

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Learn to type fast on your keyboard

Coverage Why you should read this — how will it enrich you?Getting startedPractice, practice and practice some more – it’s fun!Can you beat the frog? No hard feelings – promise!Conclusion Why you should read this Not only will you be a faster writer, you will feel more relaxed while doing it. Feeling more relaxed is a good thing. You may lay your focus on your content and not on...

OmniFocus Tip #1: Clutter free with the “In-N-Out” Perspective

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An OmniFocus Series by eat-that-frog.com This post is my first in a — probably very long — series of OmniFocus tips. Hit that Follow -button and get first in line to explore the things I’m about to reveal. Is it just me, or is the list of all those small and quick tasks just like garbage cluttering the streets? Just as I want a clean desk when I sit down to work in the morning, I want a clean...

Eat The Frog: a.k.a. do the task you avoid the most, first

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You have probably heard this frog metaphor once or twice before, especially if you’re a geek when it comes to task management. So, what does this metaphor mean? Everyone has one or multiple tasks they avoid doing. It may be sending in papers for tax purposes, removing that wasp nest in the garage. The tasks that you have the most tendency to avoid. Complete those first! To wait is not an option...

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