No matter what your to-do list situation is, it’s safe to say it can use some routine maintenance. Here are five simple steps you can take in the next 15 minutes to actually make your to-do list useful again.
Today I’m answering a reader question I received in response to a previous post: How to Setup an Eisenhower Matrix in Nozbe. They wanted to know if I use Eisenhower Quadrant Categories the way Stephen Covey recommends in his book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Reader Question: Do you still use other categories or do you […]
You have too much going on, but you’re trying to get better. That’s why you’re reading posts like this. It feels like all those little tasks are demanding your time and you never have time for the tasks that really matter. We get overloaded with the urgent tasks instead of focusing on what’s important. It […]
We’re already one week into the new year and my gym is packed. But I can already see that people are starting to quit their resolutions. I’ve heard that #resolutionfail is trending on Twitter. I said that “I’ve heard” above because one of my goals this month has been to complete a Digital Detox and I […]
This week I’ve been really focusing on my morning ritual (especially consistent prayer and exercise). If I learned anything last month recording videos every day, it was that consistency is probably the most important productivity habit someone can develop. But it’s also one of the toughest habits to keep. So, like any Nozbe Ambassador, I […]
So you want to be a Nozbe Ninja? How about we start with the basics. Whether you’re experienced or completely new to the productivity scene, everyone begins with their White Belt. There is no way around it. So start at the beginning by creating a basic Nozbe workflow. To begin, get a copy of David […]
What if there was a way you could use automation to make blogging, editing, and publishing easier? With productivity systems like Kanban, GTD, and Zapier, I’ve created an automated blog workflow using Nozbe, Zapier, and Google Documents. Today, you get a behind the scenes look at my automated workflow and have a chance to steal […]
How often do you finally find your groove just to get interrupted? With four kids, this is a constant battle in my house. But interruptions attack from so many other places. The biggest culprits are email and phone notifications. Last week I wrote about the 3 Enemies of Productivity. Today, I’ll take you through two steps […]