Category: “Getting Things Done - GTD”

Someday sign

The Someday/Maybe List: Your Personal Productivity Storage

In the business world, stocks are a common pool or resource holding tank, a collection of goods that are kept somewhere until someone takes them out and gives them the use for which they were created. A spare parts warehouse is the most common example. A checking account is another example of stock: a monetary fund waiting to be used.

Limit your inputs

Limit Your Inputs

Today we are living in a time when each of us has access to far more information than we could ever reasonably use in a lifetime. We convince ourselves that we must be aware of everything, that it’s part of our responsibility. We don’t want to miss out on anything, not even the latest nonsense. So we spend precious time following the news, social media, meetings, reports… obtaining any kind of feedback.

Begin with the end in mind

Begin with the End in Mind

How would you like to be in a few years? You’ve probably read or heard this question in countless places, but you’ve never taken it seriously, because you believe that thinking about “it” isn’t going to lead you to “it”. Or because you don’t want to face the harsh reality: Are you who you’ve always wanted to be? Are you doing what you’ve always dreamed to do?

Principles and values

Principles and Values

Principles are fundamental rules or ideas that guide thought or behaviour, and constitute a frame of reference for achieving the common good within a society. They are universal by nature. The principle of equality (all human beings are equal before the law, regardless of race, gender, nationality, social status or any other characteristic) is an example of a universal ethical principle.

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