I learned my way around productivity by reading and listening to others talk about it. So I know the value of showing off the tips and tricks. That's exactly why I built out the Pro section of Productivity Guild.
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In the past I’ve wanted to be a reader and yet never picked up a book. But that changed when I said yes to Bookworm. Since then I’ve read 16 books for Bookworm and four more on my own. And I’m on pace to read three more by year’s end.
There are a plethora of articles promoting and dissecting the tenants and principles proposed by Cal Newport in his book, Deep Work. That’s what led me to picking it for an episode of Bookworm. After implementing my takeaways for about a month, I can see a decided difference in my productivity and effectiveness. It’s what allowed me to release Working With OmniFocus when I did and to develop the depth of detail in those videos.
Working with OmniFocus
Stop searching for the right way to use OmniFocus. There isn’t one.
If you're interested in more detail about my OmniFocus setup, take a look at my video series on it. I pull back the curtain on the concepts and nuances of OmniFocus and how I work with it.
You can always see what I'm currently working on by visiting my dedicated Now site. Where I spend my time, what I'm reading, and what I'm actively coding can all be found here.