The author of Visual Pathways explains this new productivity system.
The past couple of weeks have been crazy.Ã‚Â We’ve added a couple new blogs around here, and the response has been pretty terrific.Ã‚Â The LifeDev community is growing, and is very vocal (as you can see by the amount of comments on some of the latest posts).Ã‚Â The awesome discussions being held on this blog… Read more
Why I Sometimes Choose Living Over Sleeping · The Cranking Widgets Blog – “I like knowing that when given the option between living life and a couple hours sleep, I almost always choose to live life.” David Seah : Scheming vs Collaborating – “It?s a pity that ?scheming? is almost universally associated with immoral behavior.… Read more
Ideas are a funny thing. I love getting them. As a serial entrepreneur, I’m always looking for the next thing. I’ve got my head in the clouds. I’ve had plenty of bad ideas, and a few good ones. But it wasn’t the fact that some of my ideas weren’t that great that killed them. It… Read more
10 Minutes has gotten a bad rap. While it may seem like an insignificant amount of time, 10 minutes can be very useful in productivity. Although there aren’t many projects that can get done in 10 minutes, you sure can get one started. As a matter of fact, I think that 10 minutes is way… Read more
In case you haven’t heard of Behance, they’re a company that offers productivity products for the unorganized, scatter-brained, head-in-the-clouds dreamers known as “creative types”. In short: You and Me. Well, I’ve just worked out a deal with the talented ladies and gents at Behance that gives LifeDev readers 10% off the final price of their… Read more
We just finished a series over at the LifeDev Tools blog that asks the question of which is better: paper or digital-based productivity systems? While everyone has their own opinions as to which is better, we’d argue that it’s best to combine both. Both types of tools have certain unique features that are awesome, and… Read more
As promised, I had an IM interview with the highly-successful author Tim Ferriss. Tim (among his many incredible feats) released a book called The 4-Hour Work Week, and it has instantly become a mega-hit. Fortunately, I was able to catch up with the renaissance man for about a half an hour. While this may not… Read more
This will add like 2 years on your life.
Looks like a lot of other people shared my sentiments towards Tim’ Book The 4 Hour Work Week. It hit up to number 8 on the Amazon best seller list, and is hovering steadily in that area. Apparently they actually ran out of books (which is quite a feat for the first day of sales).Ã‚Â … Read more
I recently had the privilege of previewing Tim Ferriss’ The 4-Hour Workweek, the soon-to-be monster on the best-selling lists. This book has tons of solid information on how to completely transform the way you think about work. From the top down. The 4-Hour Workweek‘s main premise is this: You can do more, by doing less.… Read more