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Know Your Competition
Interesting thoughts about 3 different levels of competition and which may easier or harder to make an impact at.
competition  success  metrics  gtd  productivity  work  goals  goal-setting 
december 2017 by tsuomela
Rindle | Workflow automation made simple.
"Powerful workflow automation for professionals. Rindle centralizes info from the apps you already use, so you can focus on your work."
workflow  gtd  productivity  tracking 
december 2016 by tsuomela
Study Hacks » Blog Archive » Knowledge Workers are Bad at Working (and Here’s What to Do About It…)
"With this in mind, I argue that we need to spend more time engaged in deep work — cognitively demanding activities that leverage our training to generate rare and valuable results, and that push our abilities to continually improve."
work  writing  habit  advice  tips  lifehack  psychology  gtd  productivity  learning 
january 2013 by tsuomela
Finding a Rhythm - event mechanics
"Rhythm, for me, now, is a selection and a sorting; that is, of enveloping active affects in a rhythm that produces a milieu, which can then be used as a resource. My own life and its active affects serves as the associated milieu from which I am implicated in passive affections. I am describing a different kind of habit."
gtd  productivity  rhythm  behavior  habits 
october 2012 by tsuomela
BBC Column: Psychological self-defence for the age of email « Mind Hacks
"Here’s a pretty safe assumption to make: you probably feel like you’re inundated with email, don’t you? It’s a constant trickle that threatens to become a flood. Building up, it is always nagging you to check it. You put up spam filters and create sorting systems, but it’s never quite enough. And that’s because the big problems with email are not just technical – they’re psychological. If we can understand these we’ll all be a bit better prepared to manage email, rather than let it manage us."
email  attention  information-overload  psychology  bias  cognition  gtd  productivity 
october 2012 by tsuomela
Study Hacks » Blog Archive » Perfectionism is a Loser’s Strategy
"I was experiencing the classic battle between perfectionism and lifestyle design. This battle is familiar to those who embrace my career craftsman philosophy, because this philosophy requires a balance between becoming “so good they can’t ignore you” and then leveraging this value to build a life you love.

The former goal attracts perfectionism while the latter can’t work if it’s around." Annotated link http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http://calnewport.com/blog/2012/07/24/perfectionism-is-a-losers-strategy/
perfectionism  lifestyle  work  labor  doubt  gtd  productivity  academia  academic  from delicious
july 2012 by tsuomela
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