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  1. Urgent vs Essential | The Weekly Briefly

    On today’s show: choosing to focus our time, energy, and attention on creating something worthwhile instead of constantly checking our inboxes and trying to keep up with the “new” and “cool” and “urgent”. Because so long as our attention is focused on the urgent or the incoming, we won’t be able to do our best creative work.

    Links:

    Henri Nouwen: “If I were to let my life be taken over by what is urgent, I might very well never get around to what is essential.”

    Not busy, just intentional

    A mighty bloodless substitute for work

    Inbox Zero is all about the outbox

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    Podcast: Download (Duration: 19:10 — 13.2MB)

    http://weeklybriefly.net/urgent-vs-essential/

    —Huffduffed by nlunsford one week ago

  2. 052 Business Tech Weekly – Priority Inbox And Do Clients Always Come First?

    Podcast: Play in new window | Download Cliff’s Initial Thoughts On Priority Inbox: I like that priority inbox gives you three levels to your inbox. Top Level equals your highest priority emails to respond to. The Middle Level shows you

    http://gspn.tv/052-business-tech-weekly-priority-inbox-and-do-clients-always-come-first/

    —Huffduffed by cleversurvivalist one month ago

  3. Slumps: Justin Wise on slump recovery, Inbox Zero, and ADHD – BTTDL037

    Justin Wise of #THINKDIGITAL talks about productivity slump recovery, Inbox Zero, and ADHD.

    http://beyondthetodolist.com/justin-wise-on-productivity-slump-recovery-inbox-zero-and-adhd/

    —Huffduffed by petercostello one month ago

  4. Inboxes Zero: Merlin Mann on anxiety, relationships and expectations – BTTDL059

    Merlin Mann returns to do a gradually deeper dive about anxiety, how thoughts effect our feelings and vice versa, relationships, expectations and much more.

    http://beyondthetodolist.com/inboxes-zero-merlin-mann-on-anxiety-relationships-and-expectations-bttdl059/

    —Huffduffed by dbernstein 2 months ago

  5. Technical Difficulties - 058 - Scanning

    Evernote Inbox

    Like Gabe, I have my ScanSnap import to Evernote by default. Beyond the ScanSnap itself, the key to keeping my scanning workflow as easy-to-use and frictionless as possible is maintaining an “Inbox” notebook so I can decouple the scanning and processing stages of my workflow.

    With a dedicated Evernote inbox I can quickly scan in several document sets, then figure out what to do with it all (what to call the notes, what to tag them, where to file them, etc.) at a more convenient time – usually “later”. If you find yourself being lazy like me and leaving a lot of time between processing periods, Evernote’s OCR saves you by allowing full search of the PDF whether you’ve figured out where to file it or not.

    This kind of search (especially while mobile) is what makes Evernote practically irreplaceable for me.

    Filesystem Inbox

    Like Erik, I also have “legacy” ScanSnap, but I’m not an Evernote user. I like batch processing as well, so my ScanSnap just dumps the OCRed PDFs into a folder within my Dropbox that I’ve set up to act as an inbox.

    Incidentally, the Fujitsu scanning software can be set to OCR after each scan using ABBYY FineReader, which Fujitsu includes with the ScanSnap. You can also use FineReader to OCR your PDFs in batches later, and the accuracy is very good either way. What I like is that the OCR data becomes a part of the PDF, making it searchable by more than just Evernote.

    http://technicaldifficulties.us/episodes/058-scanning

    —Huffduffed by ethav 3 months ago

  6. Audioboo / Inbox Zero: Merlin Mann on Getting Things Done, Opportunity Cost and Sunk Cost Fallacy – BTTDL032

    Writer and Podcaster Merlin Mann talks about the origins of Inbox Zero, what Inbox Zero really means, Getting Things Done, Opportunity Cost and Sunk Cost Fallacy.’ name=’description

    https://audioboo.fm/boos/1619672-inbox-zero-merlin-mann-on-getting-things-done-opportunity-cost-and-sunk-cost-fallacy-bttdl032

    —Huffduffed by balotelliwatch 3 months ago

  7. Free MP3 of Inbox Zero talk | 43 Folders

    The 43 Folders Podcast 43F Podcast: Inbox Zero - Google Tech Talk A lot of folks with slower connections (or who just aren’t crazy about internet video) have written to request an audio version of the Tech Talk on Inbox Zero I gave at Google last Monday.

    http://www.43folders.com/2007/08/03/inbox-zero-audio

    —Huffduffed by balotelliwatch 4 months ago

  8. Free podcast: David Allen – Guided GTD Mind Sweep | GTD® Times

    Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them.

    http://www.gtdtimes.com/2013/12/12/free-podcast-david-allen-guided-gtd-mind-sweep/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+GtdTimes+%28GTD+Times%29

    —Huffduffed by greeno 4 months ago

  9. 43F Podcast: The Myth of Multi-tasking | 43 Folders

    The Myth of Multi-tasking (mp3) 43Folders.com - "Multi-taskers" are really just splitting their time and attention into smaller slices than you; no one can really do more than one thing at a time. (2:34) read more »

    http://www.43folders.com/2005/10/20/43f-podcast-the-myth-of-multi-tasking

    —Huffduffed by balotelliwatch 4 months ago

  10. 43f Podcast: John Gruber & Merlin Mann’s Blogging Panel at SxSW | 43 Folders

    SxSW ’09 - Gruber & Mann - HOWTO: 149 Surprising Ways to Turbocharge Your Blog With Credibility! (audio mp3, free on iTunes) My pal, John Gruber (from daringfireball.net), and I presented a talk at South by Southwest Interactive on Saturday,

    http://www.43folders.com/2009/03/25/blogs-turbocharged

    —Huffduffed by rtadtabot 10 months ago

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