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Apr
5
answered What are must have time management and productivity books?
Mar
31
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Mar
30
comment Is there software that implements Mark Forster's SuperFocus?
overlapping is not duplicating, the question mentioned is far more specific
Mar
12
comment How to kick start a late beginning of a day for an early riser?
I completely understand you, a day I wake up 9am is not half as much productive as one I wake up 5:30. I think there's something to do with alertness and just being on a high-energy mood. Have you tried coffee for the days you wake up late? I suppose you don't need it when you wake up early. Could also have to do with waking in a light sleep (REM) cycle vs. in a deep sleep cycle, though I wouldn't really bet on it.
Mar
11
comment Are there established patterns/methodologies to establishing a knowledge management system?
"I am not interested in software recommendations here"
Mar
11
comment How to use Evernote to implement GTD?
I really buy the whole GTD method, but I'm yet to find a format that I'm happy with. I think software should be, simply put, more action oriented, so I'm actually developing my own. The setup I got the most out of was a computer/paper hybrid, where the software was basically a project repository from where I weekly generated a printed next actions list.
Mar
10
comment How to use Evernote to implement GTD?
my opinion on implementing gtd over RTM, Evernote or any other system that will at most allow you tags, is that the workflow becomes too much work in and of itself just to maintain the system up-to-date.
Mar
9
answered Are there established patterns/methodologies to establishing a knowledge management system?
Feb
25
revised Are there fundamental behaviors that cut across multiple productivity systems?
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Feb
11
comment In which cases is procrastination a positive thing?
When you have good reasons to postpone, I wouldn't call it procrastination at all, even if 'beneficial' is used. It's simply planning and scheduling for best work distribution and efficiency, putting tasks off to be triggered by other prior tasks/events.
Feb
8
comment Should I schedule my tasks with deadlines?
I think these virtual deadlines are indeed very useful, but not sure about punishment. In my opinion, you could make it a little game, scorewise. You can sum up your scores weekly and/or monthly, based on how many deadlines and goals you achieved, and compare over time. The sense that you're getting better or worse could be enough stimulus.
Jan
10
comment Dvorak vs. Colemak breakdown?
But don't you think this question will eventually be useful, when answered, especially since there are only really 3 keyboard layouts worth comparing?
Dec
21
comment How to resolve conflicting personal goals?
For getting to a million dollars, the only way I can see this as a goal (and not a lucky strike) is if you follow one of the many investment guides based on a dependable stream of income that you do have, so that you can be mostly sure to reach a target sum within X years. Takes time.
Dec
18
comment Dvorak vs. Colemak breakdown?
That wouldn't answer my question, and arguably it doesn't answer that question fully as well. This text-sample comparing is far from covering the whole picture of why one would make the switch. But that question asks for effectiveness bottom-line, so it's a fitting way to compare. I'm asking for pros and cons, preferably from first-hand Colemak experience.
Dec
17
comment Dvorak vs. Colemak breakdown?
@TomWijsman I don't follow. At all. How is it the same? The selected answer (yours) compares Dvorak to QWERTY, which is what the question was implicitly asking for. Or more generally, you could say, it's a question about what benefits a 'planned' layout brings about. So you could argue this would be a duplicate if it was asking how good Colemak is at improving productivity, because similar benefits are found. But here I rule QWERTY out of the equation and put the two head-to-head, it's a completely different take on the subject of keyboard layouts.
Dec
16
revised How can I notedown my dream in bed with minimal movement?
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Dec
16
asked How can I notedown my dream in bed with minimal movement?
Dec
16
comment How do I get more productive from using keyboard shortcuts?
I have just died from Ctrl-fu.
Dec
16
revised Preparing questions when studying some topic
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Dec
15
comment Personal experiences with image streaming
I'd vote this up again if I could.