I always enjoyed creating things, building structures, assembling little replica planes. My brain was on fire for many years when I was able to play with giant bag of Lego creating cars, helicopters, space stations and other things that sparked imagination. I didn't rely on themed sets, everything was build from the same ten or so different shapes of plastic blocks. It was great time. School years almost killed my creativity and now I'm getting it back all thanks to the internet and exposure to work of many creative people.
Even though I was always organised, my life was changed by Getting Things Done book by David Allen. From that point onward I started reading about self improvement, time management, productivity, effectiveness, goals. As I started to implement and test all the different ideas and my life started moving in a completely new direction. A direction that isn't fully clear, yet it gives me a great sense of satisfaction and feeling I'm moving towards my life's purpose.
My key lesson to date is that being organised isn't the end game. The goal is to use productivity to tap into your potential, do things you enjoy and create a meaningful and happy life.
I like to write and share ideas about productivity, technology, tools, workflows, performance and creating something useful these topics are my drivers. This is tactical level, when it come to looking at things from a higher perspective I always talk to my wife. She's the best!
To keep sane I meditate and exercise a lot (running is a form of meditation) and one day I hope to finish a 100 mile race.
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