You appreciate me! Seriously. You do. Whether you know it or not. You appreciate me. In fact, you’re doing it right now. You’re appreciating me right now! The truth is, you appreciate me far more than you’ll probably ever even know.
If you’ve continued to read to this second paragraph, you’re probably thinking, Who is he [...]
For many years, I’ve had a metal swing frame with an upholstered seat next to the garden pond in my back yard. Unfortunately, they only seem to last a few years. This year, I decided to purchase a wood swing and a wood frame in hopes that these will last much longer.
I chose the Great [...]
Regular readers of this blog know very well about how I read David Allen’s book Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity back at the end of 2002 and how it radically changed my life and how I work.
One of the tools David recommends for in the GTD system is a set of 43 [...]
I just used the Feed43 web site to create an RSS of all the items that appear in the “The Latest” section on the home page of the Psychology Today web site. Theoretically, this should contain all the latest content from across the Psychology Today web site. If you just want to subscribe to it, [...]
A couple weeks ago I had some work that I really, really needed to get done. I was way behind schedule and my deadline was the next day. Ugh!
That afternoon, a good friend sent me an Instant Message inviting me to a concert. I typed my reply, “I really wish I could, but I’ve got [...]
This is a post I’ve been meaning to write for a couple years now and I’ve just never gotten around to it. A couple weeks ago, my friend Sindy Martin posted the following on Twitter:
Sindy knows a lot about professional etiquette, and I admire her work greatly, but I have to disagree with her on [...]
My wife and I have been on a bit of Scrabble kick the past couple months–it’s good cheap and fun entertainment that makes you think. A few weeks ago we were in Wal-Mart and picked up a card game called Scrabble Slam! It looked interesting and was very inexpensive so we thought we would try [...]
I purchased a Motorola Droid back in November and I absolutely love the phone. Although I am a developer, time just doesn’t allow me to create everything that I would like to create. So, I’m passing along some of my ideas to you, absolutely free! If you see an idea here you like, feel free [...]
Ideas are a dime a dozen. That means that the average idea is worth less than a penny. the value in any idea lies in the execution of the idea.
I’m an idea generator. I generate lots of ideas–constantly. Many of these are ideas for new products, enhancements to products, and sometimes even full business ideas.