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Things 3’s wonderful new design, humane task management features, and range of simplicity to complexity make it the winner in an otherwise tight GTD race.
Toomas Särev is a cardiologist, leader, husband, dad of 5, granddad of 2, first-degree black belt in Traditional Korean Martial Arts (Kuk Sool Won), Harley Davidson motorbike enthusiast, Apple Gadgets lover, and productivity geek.
There are a lot of ways to struggle with managing the work and focus in your life. For a lot of people, getting a framework to manage all the chaos of life sounds enticing, but getting started is a lot like a New Years Resolution: it only lasts a while.
One place where people struggle to adopt a productivity system like GTD is after collection. It’s pretty easy to get all the tools in place, whether digital or physical, and collect all your ideas, tasks, notes, and thoughts. For many people, these inboxes quickly turn into a giant stress-inducing list of things they feel they should be working on.
Luckily, there are a few habits to adopt that can help with this.
Once you’re nicely settled in with the best task manager, you might find yourself looking for a way to create templates for your projects. While Things 3 doesn’t have full automation support on iOS — yet — there are a few ways to quickly import tasks and turn them into projects using Workflow.
The iPhone X is several months old at this point, and I always enjoy reading reviews that have had more time to age and familiarize with the product — there are a lot of nuances that only come through after several months of ownership. Stephen Hackett (512 Pixels) published a review this week that takes a deep look at the newest flagship phone, but also takes a look at its rich history.
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