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Life Calling: God's Way vs. the ADHD Way

The one labelled “the easy way”, is what I’m going to call “God’s way”. The one labelled “my way” is exactly that, “my way” of doing things. 483 more words

Adhd

Asana Doubles Down On Mobile, Releases New iOS App

Asana, a company that provides collaboration tools to corporations and groups, today released a unified iOS application for iPhone and iPad. As other companies have in recent quarters, Asana built its new iOS app using native code. 517 more words

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Keeping Yourself on Top of Tasks

Even after you’ve got a plan in place, it’s important to keep adjusting your plan so that you can stay in control of your time. Here are some ways to help you stay on top of your to-do list. 363 more words

Personal Development

Getting started with time management (Part 1 of 2: 15 tips to help you manage your tasks)

The life of a tester (or anyone else in a development team) can be a busy one. In a single work day a tester might have to cover a feature or two, send summary reports to developers, investigate a couple of escalated support tickets, follow-up ongoing issues and tasks, while altogether finding enough time to research and learn new skills to improve his/her domain knowledge. 659 more words

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Managing Task Managers

In my last post I hinted at a potential workflow, managing Omnifocus tasks outside of the native Omnigroup application through ToDoist. The goal is a more constructive workflow for non-Mac at work Mac-Geeks (such as myself), using Windows PC applications or web-apps with tasks from Omnifocus and a feed back into the Omnifocus from the Windows application. 108 more words

Productivity

Sleep On It

In my quest to become a more conscious parent, I have begun to become aware of the factors that affect my ability to be the best for my kids. 570 more words

Nourishment For The Soul

Productivity: As a startup CEO, what is your favorite productivity hack?

Here are some of my favorite hacks and tools.

First off, it’s a 2 step process.

Prioritization Stage 
1. Prioritize the most important task you need to get done (often the one you are putting off) It is critical to set objectives before working. 737 more words