Capturing


Outlook’s Shortcomings – Part 2

A program that is built for time management purposes would assist a user in executing the fundamentals, but also allow him/her the freedom to use its features to support their particular time management system. Ideally, a user should be presented with as clean an interface as possible, with unnecessary features […]


Richard Branson’s Capturing 1

While many of us are insisting that “we’ll remember” and therefore don’t need to write things down, it appears that Richard Branson has made quite a few comments on the power of carrying a portable notebook at all times: Quote 1 On how to get ideas for new products: “Always […]


Professional Un-productivity

As mentioned before, the task of comparing one worker to another in terms of their productivity has become much harder. However, the results of examining their in-box can give a good insight into how productive they are. In other words, a person who has an in-box of thousands of items […]


Learning a Habit I Forgot 1

I am reading the #1 New York Times Best Seller – The Four Hour Work Week and finding it quite entertaining. As someone who lives in Jamaica, it would seem that I am living the author’s dream to some extent! More on this later, to be sure. One immediate benefit […]