This Four Letter Word Kills Productivity

Let’s face it, there are a lot of things that can kill productivity: meetings, email, urgent matters given by co-workers and bosses. But the biggest killer in productivity is caused by your own bad habits and daily expectations. The four letter word that kills productivity is “busy”. [Read more…]

The Eisenhower Matrix and Todoist

The 34th president of United States, Dwight Eisenhower, was considered a time management expert and had the ability to get everything done when it needed to be done. [Read more…]

Can’t Keep up? Make a Waiting For List

You live in a world that depends on other people to get work done. On any day you could be waiting for a handful of people to take action on something before you can take the next step on a project. So how do you keep track of all those items? [Read more…]

Bullet Journal Didn’t Work for Me

The Bullet Journal is an analog productivity system used for capturing everything during your day (todos, appointments, notes).   Everything is written down in one chronological list. Each month you clean up your list and sort through whatever todos haven’t been check off yet. The creator, Ryder Carroll, described it as… [Read more…]

How I Do my Weekly Review

A good weekly review is important in my productivity. It allows me to evaluate my recent actions and plan out the following week. The weekly review also gives me a chance to catch up with everything. [Read more…]

3 Tips to Overcome Perfectionism

Perfectionism is stopping you from growing your business, building your cause, and doing what you love. It’s important to face this problem head on. Here are 3 tips to overcome perfectionism. [Read more…]

Mac Trick No. 002: Deleting Mac Apps in Record Time

Here’s a quick and simple solution for deleting Mac apps in record time! It uses Alfred, my favorite productivity app, and a handy little app that scans your system for related files for a thorough uninstall. [Read more…]

Mac Trick No. 001: Applications in the Finder Toolbar

Even though there are great alternative file managers for the Mac, I’ve stuck with Finder. Here is my first in a long series of Mac tricks that I hope you find helpful. [Read more…]

Color Shades in Web Design

Working with colors on the web is a art form. In this video lesson, we review a website that has made some mistakes with color theory and we dive into color shades and how to improve the color pallet of that site. [Read more…]

Part 1: An Introduction to Foundation

Today, I’m going to give an introduction to Foundation, a front-end framework for building website and web applications. Let’s go over the main elements of Foundation. [Read more…]