I want to help you out. It’s the time of year when a lot of us take a step back and reflect on what we’re doing and how we’re doing it. We do our annual reviews, set some goals, or make a plan for the upcoming year. But it’s also an excellent time to reflect on the tools we use to do all of the above.
I did this tool reflection process over my Christmas break and realized I needed a way to do daily goals for my writing. And that meant either creating my tracking system for MultiMarkdown Composer or use a different tool. Building a system seems a bit overkill so I opted to use a tool I already have available: Ulysses.
At the same time, I went back through a course on Ulysses over at The Sweet Setup. I mainly wanted to make sure I was thinking through my process correctly and that I’m taking full advantage of the special features inside the tool. But I mostly surprised by how much that course motivated me to re-evaluate my writing flow and empowered me to do a better job and a more reliable job of writing.
That’s when it struck me that I have a course, Working With OmniFocus, that could provide the same motivation for you as well. And this course is very well suited to the time of year when goal setting and planning is at its peak.
So this week and this week only, use the code
2020 to get $10 off of Working With OmniFocus. Click here to have the code applied automatically. I want you to take full advantage of the extra time off most of us have at New Years, so this code is only valid through January 5 at midnight (US Central).
And if you decide to purchase the course this week, be sure to go through the videos and reflect on your OmniFocus system before you get back into the grind. It’s rare that folks take the time during their work week to do a full reflection and rebuild. So don’t wait.