People are…

Tuesday, 30 January 2007, 4:04 | Category : Life
Tags : ,

In the past few days, I’ve found my patience with people to be running thin. The people driving who dont use turn signals. The people in the store who stop right in front of where you’re looking. In general, I’m quickly losing faith in the human spirit, and the ability of people to even remember […]

Start Before You Know Where to Start

Thursday, 11 January 2007, 4:32 | Category : Uncategorized
Tags :

I read a really great blog post today from Fast Company, about how to “Start Before You Know Where to Start.” I’ve been struggling a lot lately with knowing where to start with new projects, sometimes both personally and professionally. So many things seem overwhelming – a scary prospect for me, since I’ve always seen […]

Priorities Don’t Exist In a Vacuum

Wednesday, 4 October 2006, 1:16 | Category : working
Tags :

Oh, how I love the site 43 Folders. This tasty little nugget “Priorities Don’t Exist in a Vacuum” just reinforces how frequently our society (and especially our places of employment) try to prioritize our lives based on only one factor: perceved importance. GTD discusses a great point relating to this – there are truly 4 […]