This allows you to free up valuable page space by hiding content that you don’t need to always see.
I keep it short this week: a quick update and thoughts on my coming, time-poor, week.
I then share a very effective tip for avoiding the dreaded P-word: procrastination.
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Have a great week!
A full transcript of the show follows below
This quickstart guide shows you some useful customisations to be made to a new install of OneNote 2016.
Quickly get up to speed using OneNote 2016.
This video explains basic OneNote concepts and is ideal if you’re considering making the switch from Evernote.
In this episode I run through my Crisis Mode Productivity system that I’ve used successfully in the past when I’ve been feeling completely overwhelmed (usually self-inflected because I’d taken on too much!)
It’s a bit longer than I had planned, but I do go through things in detail.
There is also a full transcript of the episode available.
This week there’s a quick update from me and then an expansion on my Doing, Aiming & Being challenge for you. There’s 6 months of the year left, do you have an idea of what you want to achieve? If not why not give this short exercise a try and see what comes of it?
I also contradict last week I’ve made my mind up and have decided that I’ll keep the show as Knuckling Down, but simply with shortened episodes. This gives me the option to do the odd long-format episode when I’ve got some more experience (and the time!)
Things are still rough around the edges, but I feel like I’m gaining some momentum and have a long list of things to talk about so I’m feeling confident that things will improve.
A full transcript of the show is available below.
It has been a few months!
Also, with us being half-way through the year I also leave you with a challenge to consider your goals for the next 6 months.
It’s quite rough around the edges so please bear with me, these will get better!
A full transcript of the show follows below.
Marc recently wrote a post called Disclaimer.
Disclaimers, wordy intros, apologies: they’re all unnecessary. They water down the message.
It resonated with me.
I’ve already mentioned my tendency to tag on “In my opinion“, “I feel” or “I think” to my written word.
It’s just redundancy.