Michael Hyatt suggests five reasons to cultivate the skill of gracefully saying no.
Daily Gleanings about the need to miss out on some things in order engage most fully with what’s most important.
Daily Gleanings about the challenges inherent in knowledge work and ways of balancing productive work with healthy engagement in the rest of life.
Michael Thomas discusses the importance of sleep for knowledge work through the lens of a couple key anecdotal narratives. Todoist has published a helpful introduction to “GTD practices and what [they] think is the most intuitive way to implement the[se practices] in Todoist.” The essay comments, in part, that “the key to GTD isn’t the […]
In episode 173 of the Minimalists’ podcast, the Minimalists discuss digital clutter with Cal Newport based on his new book, Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World (Portfolio, 2019). The discussion focuses a good deal on the negative impact of social media on our ability to focus on the work and relationships […]
From Greg McKeown via Twitter: “Sometimes what you don’t do is just as important as what you do.” The extent to which we allow our attention to be drawn off from where it really should be is the extent to which we also become less effective in that area. INTF has announced that a new […]