Archive for January, 2008

The Power of the Day of Rest

Posted by admin on January 22nd, 2008

Without ever intending for it to happen, many people find themselves caught up in the modern-day whirlwind of activity and overload. Our culture is defined by go-go-go and despite being blessed with many labor-saving devices, these only serve to actually make us even more busy — for the faster we’re able to get things done, [...]

The Concrete Goals Tracker

Posted by admin on January 16th, 2008

While scanning the web last night, I found a particularly useful productivity tool called the Concrete Goals Tracker. David Seah — designer-extraordinaire and fellow New England resident — has created a great series of free productivity tools called the ‘Printable CEO’ that aid in your high-level goal setting, time tracking, and task tracking efforts. In [...]

An Orienteering Approach to Goal Achievement

Posted by admin on January 14th, 2008

The key to succeeding in your goals is to divide them up into sub-parts and then use those sub-parts as regular ‘checkpoints’ along the way to determine your progress and to fine-tune your approach. I remember during scouting as a kid, we would often practice orienteering. After we were given a compass and a map, [...]