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The Lake! We had a really beautiful Saturday at the lake cabin with family this weekend and then a nice Easter brunch Sunday (though the weather was obviously not nearly so nice). It was great to be back to the lake. I dipped my toes in, but it was still …

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I've got some work projects I'm working on that require a few hours of uninterrupted time to really hammer them out. I'm trying to create a morning schedule to help me find the time and really get some good work done: Wake up and make coffee. Pet the cat. Read …

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via laughingsquid.com For as often as this is true (and it is fairly often) there are plenty of cases where Twitter and Facebook have been huge assets to my work and productivity (and Gmail is absolutely essential. All my email accounts route there). On January 19th, I’ll be interviewing Andrew …

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I still write every so often for GTDTimes, the official Getting Things Done blog. One of my last posts got quoted in Britain's "Globe and Mail" newspaper! I have a more philosophical post up this time, as opposed to a practical guide, if you will. But it still turned out …

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Gmail's touting a new feature called Priority Inbox. You can see their (kind of funny) video about the product here: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nt3gE9dGHQ?wmode=transparent] I understand where they're coming from, but this is still the wrong solution to the problem. Allow me to pull out a little GTD here … The problem …

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via i.feedtacoma.com RR Anderson is using Google Spreadsheets for his Getting Things Done action item manager. He was inspired by my 4 page practical guide for GTD. I’m honored. Of course, being RR, the lists include some pretty wonderful things. Check out this video I shot of him for Exit133. …

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