We live in a world in which we receive a lot of data, and behind it there’s an even greater avalanche promised. How do we make sense of it all? And who has the time? App designers and developers who have found ways to gather this new data need to […]
I just posted a followup article on Medium that addresses the second component of The Notified Self. It’s called “The Warned Self” and it’s all about creating alarms which alert you when a part of your life has become problematic. As you can imagine, having this aspect of your life […]
I just released a new post on Medium about notifications, interruptions and notifications that will occupy the attention of 2Time Labs for the next several months. It’s a new concept called “The Notified Self” – the vision of a professional who is perfectly notified by the digital ecosystem formed by […]
I just gave an update on a project underway here at 2Time Labs called “Can Time Be Managed?” Check this link for a short post on my book’s website.
Between June and October I haven’t posted a single time to my blog. I have a good reason… but the bigger story is that a new calendar software I was testing saved my skin. Find out why at this post on my book’s blog and while you’re there, sign up […]
How is it that the above graphic encapsulates the past few months I spent writing Perfect Time-Based Productivity – A Professional Approach? (The book is 90% complete and will be released in September on Kindle.) This graphic is a perfect example of some of what I had to […]
A few years ago, I remember talking with a friend who was telecommuting and saving an hour each way in traffic. At first, it sounded great! That is, until I heard about the electronic snooping, keystroke recording, logging and clicking in, and webcams that were used to track whether or […]
I can’t imagine what this post has to do with time management… but yesterday was Thanksgiving Day in the US, and this video made me not only thankful for my mother, but also the life I have here in Jamaica.
Last week’s teleclass focused on the most recent research in time management, and how it can be used to improve the way we schedule our time, and change our habits. I used the research by Dezhi Wu and the authors of Change Anything as my primary sources of information, taking […]
A basic idea underlying Time Management 2.0 is the notion that one size / system can never fit all. There are few places in books or on the Internet where this point is embraced, accepted and addressed in some form, and here’s one I stumbled across. Kirsten over at the […]