How to multitask without hurting your performance?
Author - Sakthitharan Subramanian
How many apps do you need to be highly productive and efficient?
Choosing the optimal number of apps you need to be more efficient.
Maslow’s Hammer – The all-in-one (Productivity) tool
If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.
Purpose of Trigger points in PKM (No, NOT keywords)
Trigger words/points are used to pull the content of your memory to the surface (conscious) that was dumped deep down as a result of not visiting them (the notes) frequently.
How much time is “enough time” to complete a task?
Too much time = wasted time and effort; Too less time = ending up in frustration;
The inevitables of decision making. (and how to avoid some bad ones)
18 inevitable things that will happen before, during and after the decision making process.
Compare documents and see the differences in Google Docs (feature)
Google Docs has a feature to compare two different documents with each other and attribute the difference in a new document. It is a different feature than document history or versions of documents...
What is your “SSOT app” for Personal Productivity?
In my personal productivity system, I use multiple apps for different purposes. Thus my data spread over different areas. There are 5 scopes/areas of management in personal productivity. Each...
Magical – Text Expander (for Chrome)
The best text-expander extension to work faster with text contents.
Routine (an app) is a blend of Things 3 and Fantastical.
Routine app combines tasks, calendars, and notes at one place to plan efficiently.
Batching tasks in Things 3
A simple hack to batch tasks inside Things 3 without using Tags