As I begin to realize more and more of my workflow can head to Notion, part of me is happy that I can see all my life in one little box. But another part is worried, worried that perhaps by putting all my eggs in one basket — regardless of how good of a basketContinue reading “Is Notion “Too Good”?”
Tag Archives: productivity
My Daily Routine
In continuation of my “easy win” posts in order to catch up for the new year, I thought it might be interesting to some to see what my daily schedule is, and how it might compare to the average person.
The Productivity Tool World Tour 2022
After some time that I’ve spent on behemoth essays (those articles which Shall Not Be Named), I’ve gotta catch up in my scheduled posts. So the next few posts will be easy quickies on more basic, surface-level topics. And what better way to start then to do another Productivity Tool World Tour.
Read, Think, Make, Share, Monetize
For the past few years, all of my working schedule has revolved around five activities. In this post, I’ll go over these concepts — read, think, make, share, and monetize — and explain why I think they’re vital for any entrepreneur’s success.
A Review of MyMind
I do not do product reviews on this blog often. The last (and first) time I did it was with YourStack, and while I’ve used a lot of tools since then nothing has particularly caught my interest. But the tides have changed yet again, and it’s time for me to preach to you all theContinue reading “A Review of MyMind”