Category Archives : Capturing

Leaving Practice with Raw Hands 3

As I mentioned in my prior post: “The Pedagogy of Time Management,” there is a need for anyone who wants to improve their skills in this field to craft specific opportunities for structured practice. Mark Needham’s summary of Talent is Overrated describes three kinds of practice from the book: With regards to improving skills, three […]

Bloody Hands

The Problem of Capturing (without Tossing) 1

I just read an article that describes the “problem” of capturing everything, in which I think, by the end, the solution turns out to be worse than the original issue. The article can be found at Merlin Mann’s site — 43 folders —  under the title: The Problem of Ubiquitous Capture. The author, Matt Wood,  […]