Michael “Nozbe” Sliwinski recording a quick video review of the iPhone 5 and whether to buy it or not… if it improves my productivity or not… still undecided but because of the higher processing power (for videos) and HD front face camera (for recording shots like this one) and most of all, the larger screen – and what do you think?
Graham Allcott, author of a great book “How to Be a Productivity Ninja” talks to Michael Sliwinski, editor of the Productive! Magazine and founder of Nozbe time and project management app about productivity hacks, focus, attention management and zen-like calm… they discuss ninja-tricks and tactics that will help you get more done every single day. Full interview with Graham will be available in the August 2012 issue (#13) of the free Productive! Magazne (available as PDF and iPad app).
As I’m now working mostly on my iPad (and traveling only with the iPad) I need to carry these accessories for my business travel. Locally I just take my iPad even without the external keyboard, but when there’s a hotel and sleep-over involved, here’s my gear! Episode #47 of the Productive! Magazine Show with Michael Sliwinski.
I’m privileged to have been interviewing Jason Womack of the Jason Womack Company, ex-David Allen Company Senior Trainer for GTD, fantastic productivity person and a very optimistic one at that! And a great athlete. More detailed conversation with Jason can be found in the upcoming issue #12 of the Productive! Magazine
When I’m at my home office I work on two screens at a time – one big screen (Apple Thunderbolt Display) hooked up to my Macbook Air – helps me arrange apps and get stuff done quickly, shifting my eye focus from one window to another without actually switching the apps.
Aren’t you sitting too much? In the office, in the car, at home after work? Have you ever considered standing while working? I’m Michael Sliwinski of Nozbe.com and Productive! Magazine and I have been working standing these last two months and I love it. Here’s how I prepared the stand-up desk setup and how I’m doing it. Hope this helps you decide to at least give it a try!
A simple thing but changes the way I work dramatically – paper pad with a pen always handy next to my computer – this is how Michael Sliwinski applies a rule known from the GTD (Getting Things Done) methodology by David Allen – to make sure nothing stays on his conscious mind. And where do you dump your ideas?