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In June this year I visited a major productivity summit. And a rare one. With speakers ranging from a female NASA astronaut to a WIRED editor-at-large, from the founder of Coda to a US Air Force Major General - there were many compelling reasons to visit the GTD Summit.
Have you seen the movie Yes Man? It’s a refreshing reminder of how we can be more open minded, take more chances and explore something new.
Having an Inbox Zero - as in having an empty inbox - can greatly improve your performance, lower your stress and help you accomplish more. But getting there seems to be a problem. Here are few quick steps you can take to drastically reduce the amount of unread emails in your inbox and maybe even eliminate them entirely.
There is a popular saying by Goethe that goes like this: “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” But the Bulgarian version is a bit different.
For many people leaving a company is a common event. But what happens when we need to write that farewell email and send it to some hundreds of people?