Dr. WorkFlowy Recalibrates Your Life – A Template for the Tough Questions

“This post is all about a simple list of questions that will help you take stock of and recalibrate your life.” For years I’ve invited WorkFlowy into the inner workings of my mind and just laid it all out. Outlining has a way of (literally) getting to the bottom of things – no matter how … Continue reading Dr. WorkFlowy Recalibrates Your Life – A Template for the Tough Questions

5 WorkFlowy Setups for Creators

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wd8aRoTULoU Jeff Eisley, has put together a fantastic WorkFlowy show-and-tell for creators – from writers to cinematographers and everyone in between.  Here's a breakdown of the video: [0:20 – 1:42] "Infinite Zoom" – Character development in screenplays and book writing. [1:42 – 4:08] "Messy Room, Messy Tags" – Inputting technical data for filming ideas on the fly … Continue reading 5 WorkFlowy Setups for Creators

The First-Ever WorkFlowy-Centric Find-and-Replace Tool

WorkFlowy is now in the early development stages of an API – which is enabling the creation of scores of robust 3rd-party WorkFlowy tools. In this post I’ll be showcasing one such tool – the indispensable Find-and-replace utility by rawbytz – one of a slew of his must-have solutions – built to streamline your workflow like never before. I’ve put this Find-and-replace … Continue reading The First-Ever WorkFlowy-Centric Find-and-Replace Tool

A Superhero Has Joined The WorkFlowy Team. His Name is Stefano.

  I've been giddy for the last three weeks. Why? Because Stefano J. Attardi has joined the WorkFlowy team, and he's a game changer. I think of him as Super Jesse. Like me, he has a wide range of skills, spanning design and programming. Unlike me, he's really good at all of them. Stefano's frontend … Continue reading A Superhero Has Joined The WorkFlowy Team. His Name is Stefano.

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