Don’t expect to find Swype in the Android Marketplace, but I’d like to echo Michael Arrington’s call to run, not walk, to your closest internet pipe. The beta of this keyboard replacement app is only available to download for a few days and you don’t want to miss this. In less than 12 hours (since […]
Tracking my hours has never been this easy… All it took was signing up on this free website and programming their number into my cell phone. It’s called Jott.com and it’s what keeps my head clutter-free and in a (more) Zen state of mind.
Stephen Covey and David Allen present the replays of two recent video casts to keep you centered and productive… Here are the links and brief descriptions: Forbes Live Video Chats | Stephen Covey Forbes.com Vice President Michael Smith talks with the author of the seminal bestseller, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Covey discusses […]
…the central principal: Be Trust-Worthy Why Trust is not achieved through mental exercise alone; you’re much too smart for that. Becoming trust-worthy is the fruit of keeping commitments that you make, regardless of whether those commitments are to yourself or to others. Out of this trust grows the holy grail of self-confidence – no wonder […]
Measure your effectiveness – With Google Desktop it’s possible to perform a virtual audit with the built-in “Browse Timeline” feature. Key to maximizing personal effectiveness is the ability to obtain a clear picture of the activities that lead to your outcomes. If your not satisfied with your results, it’s possible that you’re not making the […]
That I Cannot Hear What You Say. This just rang so true to me, I thought I would share it: Respond to your email, make it to the top – Lifehacker
A quick list of six sites that I’ve found most useful in researching various topics: The New York Public Library Archive.org Wikipedia.org About.com Google.com Ask.metafilter.com This list is not definitive, and depending upon the topic you are researching, there are numerous other sites that will focus your efforts and deal with the topic more comprehensively. […]
Another great article link from Lifehacker. If you’ve ever gotten bogged down by a massive list of “To-read’s,” then you’ll certainly appreciate the tips Keith Drury gives us in this recent article: SPEED : Reading Techniques This brief overview of how to acquire a “speed-readers” mentality provides solid footing for all of us budding speed […]