I have many activities when it comes to personal productivity. I’m sharing the links below to each of them; if you’re interested in a more productive, fulfilled life, I’m sure that one of these activities will be fruitful for you to check out! Here’s to your productive life!
A recent Webinar I presented on behalf of Marlene McCallum of Most Powerful Life, giving a brief summary/overview of the important points of “Getting Things Done” by David Allen and some of my favorite productivity principles. I also introduce the foundation of my own productivity methodology I call “Getting More Done.” (Please forgive the first slide…not sure what went wrong in the recording/editing process but the screen recording quality is better after that first slide.) Enjoy!
ProductivityCast, the weekly show about all things personal productivity, is a joining forces of Augusto Pinaud, Francis Wade, Art Gelwicks, and me. Every week, the ProductivityCast team dives into a topic of discussion on the various facets of being highly productive, whether it’s time, project, action/task, people, focus, or energy management. Have a productivity challenge, question, or recommendation for us to tackle on a future cast? Let us know!
As an avid GTD (Getting Things Done) practitioner, I started a podcast that was two minutes in length (vis-a-vis the “two minute rule”). This way, whenever you saw new podcasts episodes, you’d listen to it right now because it was only two minutes. I cover productivity principles, the science of productivity, two-minute productivity book summaries, and more.
Productivity Book Group is a virtual, personal productivity book discussion club. All are invited to read and discuss these personal productivity and related books with the group!
Productivity Chat, or #ProdChat, was an hourlong Twitter conversation for productivity enthusiasts and those looking to improve their personal productivity to engage in topical dialog to share, learn and connect with one another every Wednesday at 8PM ET / 5PM PT. We have since closed out the conversation in favor of our digital community, Personal Productivity Club; join us in the conversation over there! View #ProdChat archives.
Every week, Ray Sidney-Smith, Evernote Certified Consultant and Evernote Regional Leader for North America, brings timely updates, powerful note-taking and workflow techniques, interesting conversations for getting more done with Evernote, and answers users’ questions.
A blog about personal productivity and bunches of good, related stuff for getting more out of life, what I call the “psychology of fulfillment.” I write, publish my podcast and YouTube feeds, my posts to my Google+ Productivity collection, answer your questions, get other GTDers to write about their GTD experiences, and more.