Visual Pathways – Interview with author Michael Kribus

The author of Visual Pathways explains this new productivity system.

Man, I can’t tell you how valuable this blogging tip is. Here’s what my typical blog posting process used to look like. I’d go hit up my RSS feeds at Rojo, flag the feeds I wanted to write about and crank out whatever I was thinking of at the time, all in one session. Occassionally… Read more

A lot of people have the misconception that taking a break is lazy. It’s not! We learned yesterday that in order to be really effective, you need fun things in your day or else you’ll burnout. Well, you’ll also burn the people out around you if you don’t take care of yourself and your family… Read more

If you’re like me, you see opportunities everywhere. You find limitless ways to improve on things, or you’ll have an idea dump and before you know it, you’ve got 5 projects cooking in the skillet, 2 in the oven and about 10 on the backburner. Congratulations, you’re an entrepreneur. Us entreprenueurs are blessed with a… Read more

Possibly one of the funniest commercials I’ve seen in a long time. 7_VlVckrUgY&NR

Ok, this post is for all you rabid GTD’ers. Consider this a little refresher (or crash course if you haven’t read Getting Things Done) on the value of asking why. It’s critical to almost any decision making, planning or brainstorming activity, not to mention the fact that it makes you sound sooo philosophical. 1. It… Read more

This is the second installment of a series of talks at the Willow Creek Leadership Summit. This session was one of my favorites at the leadership summit, mainly becuase it spoke to me personally. Balancing personal and work life is always hard, especially if you’re starting a brand new organization. Andy Stanley, a pastor at… Read more

This is the second installment of a series of talks at the Willow Creek Leadership Summit. This session was one of my favorites at the leadership summit, mainly becuase it spoke to me personally. Balancing personal and work life is always hard, especially if you’re starting a brand new organization. Andy Stanley, a pastor at… Read more

I was working on the last blog post this afternoon, and after finishing it I decided I needed a break before I started working on my developing site. But I still felt a little motivated, and didn’t want to lose that feeling, so I decided to do a fast clean of my bathroom. (I’ve found… Read more

Last week I spent 2.5 days at a leadership summit, and learned some amazing things, most of which I’ll be blogging about over the course of this week. I’ll give you the main thrust of the talks, with some of my own thoughts. Remember: these words are not mine, and are from people much smarter… Read more

It used to be that RSS reading was a service that only “early adopters” used. Granted, there still aren’t many average casual users who know about this business of RSS, but those who do understand the power behind it. I figured I should make a guide of some sort on how to pick an RSS… Read more

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