Everyone who knows me, knows that I am a huge fan of Social Media for leveraging public opinion and for networking on a global scale. I am proud to announce today that I am officially a HootSuite Certified Social Media Professional.
Experiencing eProductivity for the first time was a watershed moment in my productive life. In my first One on One coaching session, Eric Mack introduced me to eProductivity which blew my mind since eproductivity was designed by Erick Mack and David Allen together over a 10-year period to fully implement David’s vision of a productivity […]
The IBM Notes Getting Things Done Setup Guide offered me a cure to alleviate some of the pain associated with implementing GTD with vanilla Notes. Recently, I read David Allen’s White Paper on setting up IBM Notes, formerly Lotus Notes, with Getting Things Done and decide to recalibrate my system. As a guest blogger on […]
As a guest blogger on Eric Mack’s Notes on Productivity I have been documenting my challenges implementing Getting Things Done with IBM Notes. At first, I attempted it without any coaching and the outcome was pretty hellascious. I kept having to create list naming conventions that worked across both the desktop application and IBM’s official […]
Mindjet has given me a complimentary copy of MindManager 2014 to use in my Getting Things Done Blogging Challenge for mindmapping and visual thinking. As you know, my mentor Eric Mack of eProductivity fame is a regular user of Mindjet MindManager for mindmapping, brainstorming and creative thinking. I first discovered mindmapping through David Allen’s […]
My recent rant brow-beating Julie Larsen-Green, the new queen bee of the Devices and Studios group at Microsoft sparked a long diatribe from one of the Art Institute of Houston’s Technology Gurus Michael Masy chastising me for not seeing the bigger picture.
Normally, I do not go Bonzo over productivity applications with lack luster reputations—as noted previously Microsoft’s favorite punching bag Lotus/IBM Notes historically always makes people cringe. Yet the Einstein of Time Management David Allen of Getting Things Done fame uses IBM Notes with eProductivity and that’s exactly what I have attempted to do. Recently I […]