30 – David Allen GTD® Keynote in Milan, Part Two
GETTING THINGS DONE
MAY 23 ⋅ 41 MIN
In this conclusion of a two-part episode, David Allen shares an in-depth, sweeping overview of GTD® to an audience in Milan, Italy. Learn best practices, as well as what you can expect to have happen in your life once you start applying them.
29 – David Allen GTD® Keynote in Milan, Part One
GETTING THINGS DONE
MAY 1 ⋅ 50 MIN
In this first installment of a two-part episode, David Allen shares an in-depth, sweeping overview of GTD® to an audience in Milan, Italy. Learn best practices, as well as what you can expect to have happen in your life once you start applying them.
378: More iOS Hidden Features
MAC POWER USERS
MAY 21 ⋅ 103 MIN
Clayton Morris returns to join Katie and David in sharing more underutilized iOS features, tips, and tricks.
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Links and Show Notes
Clayton Morris (@ClaytonMorris) | Twitter
Mac Power Users #361: Hidden iOS Features with Clayton Morris – Relay FM
How to Create an Archived iTunes Backup – Mac Rumors
How to save and back up your Health data on Apple Watch | iMore
Apple offers extended three year repair program for iPad Pro Smart Keyboards w/ sticking keys & other ‘functional’ issues | 9to5Mac
Gboard — a new keyboard from Google on the App Store
TextExpander + Keyboard on the App Store
Copied – Copy and Paste Everywhere on the App Store
MyScript Stylus – Handwriting Keyboard on the App Store
How to correct Siri’s pronunciation | Macworld
Call the plumber: How to teach Siri about your relationships | Macworld
Unlocking a Mac with an Apple Watch requires two-factor, not two-step, iCloud protection—what? | Macworld
Two-step verification for Apple ID – Apple Support
Theft and Loss Recovery for iOS Users — Fraser Speirs
Mac Power Users #350: Accessibility Workflows with Shelly Brisbin – Relay FM
YouTube Kids on the App Store
TEDx talk by Rory Vaden, author of Procrastinate on Purpose.
At 7:20 Rory gets into multiplier time management paradigm
Via mention from Alan Brown of CrusherTV
168 | Could Theming help you be more productive?
ADHD REWIRED WITH ERIC TIVERS
MAY 16 ⋅ 64 MIN
This Week’s Episode:
Alan Brown returns to the podcast for this episode. Alan is an ADHD Productivity Coach, best-selling author, and host of a subscription-based internet tv show and membership community.
In this conversation, you will hear Alan talk about “theming.” This is the idea of bringing similar activities and ideas together. Alan explains how his techniques of theming, clumping, and batching by using compartments result in feeling “not ADHD.” There is a lot of shame in productivity and not getting things done. Tactical theming is organic in helping guide you in productivity.
Connect with Alan Brown:
Zen and the Art of Productivity: 27 Easy Ways to Have More Time, Earn More Money and Live Happier – Alan P. Brown
Website – CrusherTV
[04:45] – Alan explains “theming” and why it’s important for people with ADHD.
[07:10] – Alan compares clumping and batching.
[10:58] – Alan shares how he organizes his calendar with this strategy of batching.
[16:43] – When discussing “How to plan your day like a badass,” Alan tells us a way to fail at planning. He explains why his techniques don’t result in that same failure.
[19:37] – With planning regimens, there is expected success. Alan explains why this isn’t a theming failure.
[22:05] – Three times in the last year, Alan has completed everything on his daily to-do list.
[24:26] – Alan shares that resilience and forgiving ourselves are important with task completion.
[25:40] – Alan talks about theming for months and shares some of his tasks.
[38:25] – Alan explains how his themes for the year are leverage, courage, and easy. He explains how we all have tasks to do that are tough and realizing the task is easier than it seems helps accomplish the task.
[49:20] – Alan talks about the power of externalization and simple planning and prioritizing.
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