All the Things productivity course, Josh Ginter’s Mac and iOS setup, some advice on doing the work, and more
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Now Available: All the Things Productivity Course and Things 3 Tutorials »
Our Brand-New Course, All the Things, Is Now Available
All the Things is a productivity course for anyone who wants to improve the way they manage their tasks.
We’ll show you how to take full advantage of the best task-management app our there, Things 3, so you can get on top of your task list and be more productive every day.
We will also give you some in-depth training on overall productivity so you can get your daily task list under control and ensure you are focusing on the things that are important.
Josh Ginter’s Mac and iOS setup for 2018 »
Josh Ginter is a husband, father, public practice accountant, editor-in-chief of The Sweet Setup, and also writes his own blog and produces a podcast.
Getting to Doing »
It’s a sad truth: I enjoy organizing my work more than doing it.
One of the traps — perhaps the biggest trap — of GTD and frameworks like GTD is to spend all your time on your system rather than on your important work. It can be easy to twiddle the knobs, review your process, and incessantly tweak how you organize your work. But eventually, you have to do the work itself.
Here are a few ways to help yourself move from organizing to the actual doing.
Using Siri with Things to add and view tasks »
Things for iOS offers Siri integration that makes it easy to add tasks while on the go. The one caveat is that you need to enable it. Here’s a quick look at how to do that.
How to make a Valentine’s video using Google Photos »
If you want to surprise that special someone on Valentine‘s Day video with photos of you over the years, Google Photos has you covered.
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