Haim Pekel wrote this on May 16, 2013 / 1 comment
Today on The Hack productivity comic strip we’re going to talk about The Power of Incomplete Actions…
Everyone talks about those actions you’ve completed, but what about those actions you didn’t?
Learn more on the Zeigarnik effect and the power of Incomplete actions……
Haim Pekel wrote this on May 14, 2013 / no comments
Many of us have come to realize that there is no one-way to implement GTD. Here’s a simple example. In his book, David Allen discusses Areas, Time Needed, Priority, Energy, and of course the “popular” Context.
These criteria can you help you structure and decide what you’d like to get…
Haim Pekel wrote this on May 13, 2013 / no comments
In our beginnings, the tendency to fall prey to interruptions actually saved us from predators. We needed the ability to do one thing but at a moment’s notice shift our attention to something else. It is an evolutionary mechanism that made sure we’d survive.
Our sensitivity to distraction and interruptions…
Haim Pekel wrote this on April 29, 2013 / no comments
Download iOS App (iPhone & iPad)…
We’ll keep this one short & sweet….Our new iOS app is here! It’ll work beautifully on your iPhone & iPad.
Your generous review on the App store is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
1. Redesigned look and feel (hope you like it!)
2. 100% Offline operation.
Haim Pekel wrote this on April 22, 2013 / 2 comments
Today, my review process is quite effective, but that was not the case when I began. Nobody starts as an accomplished reviewer. My first weekly review was all over the place; it took me quite a while to develop and improve the way I review.
As a GTD® practitioner, I…