We’re launching an Anti-Book Club on Mortimer Adler’s Syntopicon!
I take integrity very seriously. This is partly as a practical matter for collaboration, and partly as a spiritual practice.
I know many people who wish they were writing more, or putting out content of different kinds more frequently as a way to further their career, make connections, or serve the world. I believe the ideas that I share here could help you have a larger, deeper impact through your creative work.
Productivity should adopt an idea from military and business strategy: the distinction between peacetime and wartime.
James and I wanted to build a better map of the productivity territory, and ultimately, to build a tool that interactively teaches people productivity.
I recently set the goal to read research abstracts from 50 scientific papers. I want to get in the habit of looking for and skimming research papers in topic areas I’m interested in.
In this post, I show how I adapt the workflow from James Stuber’s excellent article Daily Time Management with Todoist and Google Calendar to use with Emacs and Org-Mode.
“The 12 Week Year” argues that a calendar year — a 365 day time span — is too long a period to effectively plan and execute on your goals. Instead, you should do that process on a quarterly basis.
This post is a continuation of “Building A Second Brain with Emacs and Org-Mode.” If you haven’t read that yet, read that post first.