Stop Procrastinating with Mark Twain’s “Eat That Frog!” Method – in WorkFlowy

Sometimes, all we need is to tweak our perspective a little in order to get things done. One of the most interesting productivity methods I've used to make headway on important projects and goals, stems from a quote by Mark Twain: If it's your job to eat a frog, it's best to do it first … Continue reading Stop Procrastinating with Mark Twain’s “Eat That Frog!” Method – in WorkFlowy

The Eisenhower Matrix in WorkFlowy: Important VS Urgent Tasks

The Eisenhower Matrix is one of the classics in the world of productivity. It's all at once understandable and intuitive – and it gives us the tools to put our priorities into perspective. It helps us to come to grips with what is of real importance. And once again... WorkFlowy is the ideal workspace for … Continue reading The Eisenhower Matrix in WorkFlowy: Important VS Urgent Tasks

3 Markedly Different Dynamics to Color Code your WorkFlowy Tasks

Last year August I came out with a post on "140+ Background Colors for Your WorkFlowy Lists". Since then I've refined the style quite a bit... AND added to the repertoire by putting together 2 additional styles. Both are solutions which are a lot more minimalist – and you can still cherry pick from over 140 … Continue reading 3 Markedly Different Dynamics to Color Code your WorkFlowy Tasks

Francesco Cirillo’s “Pomodoro Technique” – in WorkFlowy

All of us can benefit from the concept of timeboxing – the dynamic of breaking our workflow down into bite-size blocks of time. Some of the benefits we tap into: added focus, increased mental agility and perspective. For me, the Pomodoro Technique has been a way to "steal" blocks of time here and there... to … Continue reading Francesco Cirillo’s “Pomodoro Technique” – in WorkFlowy

Jerry Seinfeld’s “Don’t Break The Chain!” method – in WorkFlowy

They say it takes 21 days to form a habit... but how to even get through those first 21 days?... and then go well beyond? And how does it play out in WorkFlowy? Here's a show-and-tell of Jerry Seinfeld's "Don't Break the Chain!" hack – a strategy I've used scores of times to build habits … Continue reading Jerry Seinfeld’s “Don’t Break The Chain!” method – in WorkFlowy

Your Items in Multiple WorkFlowy Contexts with Tagging 101

Decisions, decisions. Often when creating a new WorkFlowy outline you'll have to make a choice as to your setup. Do you set your outline up according to chronological date? Activity? Context? Location?... etc? WorkFlowy tags allow you to have your items or tasks in multiple categories... they can be in more than one place at … Continue reading Your Items in Multiple WorkFlowy Contexts with Tagging 101

Overcome Procrastination by Breaking Down Your (GTD) Next Actions in WorkFlowy

Ever had a problem with procrastination? Hmmm? Of course, you already know that one of the main causes of procrastination is really that many of our tasks are too general… too vague... too fuzzy. We don't have a physical next action to make a start on. The powerful and oh-so-simple GTD “Next Action” dynamic has all the elbow room and leg space you’ll … Continue reading Overcome Procrastination by Breaking Down Your (GTD) Next Actions in WorkFlowy