What Is Capturing
Everyone has done some version of quick capturing in their life. For example, have you ever written a grocery list? What about a post-it note reminder to yourself in the future? If you’ve ever written down a thought, idea, or task with the intention of reviewing it later, that’s an example of capturing. Continue reading “The Art and History of Productive Note Taking”
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The average person spends about 200 hours per year commuting to work. If you’re like me and live a bit further away from your workplace, you can easily spend 500 hours just sitting in your car commuting every year. But what if there was a way to utilize this time to pursue a passion or goal of yours or to even learn a new skill? Continue reading “6 Things You Can Do Today to Make Your Commute More Productive”
One of the hardest things about creating good habits is keeping them going for the long term. Today I’m going to share with you the tools I use to create goals and keep successful habits ongoing.
If you’re anything like me, you’re all too familiar with the feeling of creating goals or habits yet never following through with them. You know that if you were to just stick with actually focusing on your goals, you would be much closer to accomplishing them. But without a reliable system to track your progress, setting goals can seem like a daunting task. Continue reading “The Only Three Apps I Use To Get More Done”