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Please listen and apply. 
Tired of management theory? Want to learn specific skills to help improve your management performance? Then Manager Tools is the podcast for you! Manager Tools is a weekly business podcast focused on helping professionals become more effective managers and leaders. Each week, we discuss specific actions for professionals to take to achieve their desired management and career objectives. Manager Tools won Best Business Podcast Award in 2006, ...
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So many cool apps to try. This one will interest those looking for secure sync solution. 
Private. None of your data is ever stored anywhere else than on your computers. There is no central server that might be compromised, legally or illegally. Encrypted. All communication is secured using TLS. The encryption used includes perfect forward secrecy to prevent any eavesdropper from ...
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David Kadavy is a designer turned author who writes about productivity, traveling, and design. His book Design for Hackers teaches developers and makers the necessity and principles of marrying good design with good engineering, and he certainly designs a productive life of his own--we've probably quoted him a dozen times. We caught up with David to learn about his favorite apps, gear, and how he works.
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Procrastinators' favourite word.
 
...where the sun will come out, and when I'll finish writing chapter 21 of my WIP :)
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Good selection of books with will improve your knowledge of financial planning and personal finance.
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Fascinating conversation about extremism, human behaviour, dreams, religion and meaning.

We make deeper sense of the human dynamics unfolding in the Middle East and North Africa. Anthropologist Scott Atran offers bracing context on the promise of this moment and the response it asks from the watching world.
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How to sculpt an environment that optimizes creative flow and summons relevant knowledge from your long-term memory through the right retrie
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Yeah that's too much. The different Chrome profiles are very easy. And with multiple accounts you can easily switch too.

Another one is portableapps.com -- has its own start menu and so I always have a set of work tools
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Writing is a very personal practice, and as a result you have a million writing-focused apps to choose from. From distraction-free apps that take up your whole screen to feature-packed mainstays like Microsoft Word, we've put together a guide to help you choose the writing software that's right for you.
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Excellent post!
 
Is editing part of writing? Kind of, but only composing has certain qualities … Participate in the discussion:
http://christiantietze.de/posts/2014/07/identity-schedule-serious-writing/#comment-1467255665
Personal project portfolio of Christian Tietze: developer and bodyhacker.
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Great conversation supporting reflective thinking and setting aside time to do it.
Other take aways are:
- most of us can't multitask
- focus on one thing a time
- step away from your desk to think
- wonder and seek moments of randomness

Thank you +The Engaging Brand and +Daniel Forrester
Today I speak with Daniel Forrester about Consider: Harnessing the Power of Reflective Thinking In Your Organization. The listener of the week is BazKika drawn from all the people who either reviewed the podcast on iTunes or shared about the show ...
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My favourite song of this weekend. 
Perfect for our current weather. #summer2014  
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I write and share about personal productivity, email, GTD aka getting things done and running.
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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. ​

If you would like to connect or send me comments, questions and suggestions feel free to drop me a line.
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