Event: What can I gain?

Come and join Jeffrey Siegel and Augusto Pinaud on conversation and practical exercises opportunity.

 **What can I gain?** and How this question will change your approach to wellness, productivity and more.

*Agenda:*

  • How Jeff came to the “What can I gain question”?
  • How Augusto came to the “What can I gain question”? (What if Up Exercise)
  • Meditation Exercise
  • Journal Exercise
  • Closing Comments & Questions

Register here in PersonalProductivity.club

Wednesday June 9th at 6:00pm EDT. Check your Local time here


To become a member of Personal Productivity Club click on the link bellow, it’ll take you immediately to a registration page first to create a free accountPersonal Productivity Club is a digital community run by Ray Sidney-Smith for personal productivity enthusiasts, experts, technologists, and creators, which hosts all of his programs, communities, and courses.

Anything but Idle. Episode 059: Keeping Mentally Healthy to Stay Productive

Anything but Idle Episode 059: Keeping Mentally Healthy to Stay Productive

This week, Augusto Pinaud and Ray Sidney-Smith discuss the importance of Keeping Mentally Healthy to Stay Productive. Then, they cover the productivity and technology news this week! And,how you can now directly view office files in Microsoft Edge! Enjoy!

(If you’re reading this in a podcast directory/app, please visit https://anythingbutidle.com for clickable links and the full show notes and transcript of this cast.)

Enjoy! Give us feedback! And, thanks for listening!

Event: Task Based Collaboration in Remember the Milk and Todoist

Todoist recently added features to its free plan. Come and join Dr.Frank Buck and Augusto Pinaud  as they discussed the similarities and differences between Remember the Milk and Todoist and much more. 

Have you ever wonder if Remember the Milk may work for you? Are you interested in understanding how the plans of Todoist may affect you? 

This time we will be talking about “Task Based Collaboration in Remember the Milk and Todoist”.

Come and join us on May 25th, 2021 at 6:00 pm here on Personal Productivity Club.

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To become a member of Personal Productivity Club click on the link bellow, it’ll take you immediately to a registration page first to create a free account. Personal Productivity Club is a digital community run by Ray Sidney-Smith for personal productivity enthusiasts, experts, technologists, and creators, which hosts all of his programs, communities, and courses.

Replay: Come and join on a conversation on Similarities and Differences between Remember the Milk and Todoist with Dr. Frank Buck and Augusto Pinaud

Todoist recently added features to its free plan. Come and join Dr. Frank Buck and Augusto Pinaud discussed the similarities and differences between Remember the Milk and Todoist and much more. 

Have you ever wonder if Remember the Milk may work for you? Are you interested in understanding how the plans of Todoist may affect you? Come and join us on May 4th, 2021 at 6:00 pm here on Personal Productivity Club.

To become a member of Personal Productivity Club click on the link bellow, it’ll take you immediately to a registration page first to create a free accountPersonal Productivity Club is a digital community run by Ray Sidney-Smith for personal productivity enthusiasts, experts, technologists, and creators, which hosts all of his programs, communities, and courses.

FREE WEBINAR on August 19 at 12:15pm EST: Connecting Invisible Dots. The Totality Pillar

Come to an Introduction the Totality Pillar from Connecting Invisible Dots. Come and see how the Pillar of Totality, can help improve your Personal Productivity and your life. As on the last webinar we did a General Introduction of ConnEpting Invisible Dot, this time we are going to do an in-depth presentation of The Totality Pillar. 

You can sign up on the Eventbrite link bellow to get access to the live Stream. 

The Fools Journey

Every journey is a Fools Journey. Entrepreneurship is a Fools Journey. Trying to scale the Corporate Ladder it is Fools Journey. Frodo embarks himself into a Fools Journey. Luke Skywalker also did. Have you?

A Fool according to the dictionary it is:
a person who acts unwisely or imprudently; a silly person

The issue here is what defines “unwisely or imprudently”. Anything that defies the status quo (and some even will argue that everything that doesn’t defy that same status quo) is a Fools Journey.

Write the book. Create a Seminar. Code the Software. Pick the phone. Ignore the phone. Follow the call.

History is full of Fools. Those that were incredibly successful and those that fail miserably. What makes the Fools journey worst? Taking it and failing on every attempt or not taking it and failed by default?

I have done both, I have taken the Fools Journey and failed in every attempt (or learn how not to do things in every attempt as Tomas Alva Edison will say about the lightbulb) and not taking it and failed by default. Without a doubt, the first option was better. The failure tastes different.

I have written (as if others want to read what I have to say), I have taught (as if you have, the knowledge that others need), I have created and record Podcasts (as if others are interested in listening to the things I have to say), I have helped others (that you are assuming need my help).

All those things are part of my Fools Journey and the reality is that every time I have to embark into that Fool Journey, every time I have written, teach, create or record a podcast or helped someone, even when I have failed miserably the results had been simply fantastic and incredible.

This is not a normal April Fools Day. Today it is April Fools Day on the Year 2020 and as others have mentioned, you may get a different o kind of clarity, a 2020 vision on your Fools Journeys.

Use this time to leave the farm behind as Luke Skywalker did. The stormtroopers may come tomorrow and exterminate everything. Use this time to move forward on your Fools Journey.

Write (as your words may reach someone that wants to read them). Teach (as you have knowledge that others need). Created and Record Podcasts (as others may be interested in listening to the things I have to say). Help Others (because you do not know who may need your help).

Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP) Wednesday Night Edition #7 (01-08-2020)

We are GTDers looking for greater accountability to setting aside time to perform our Weekly Reviews. This is a weekly event where you can join other GTDers who are doing their Weekly Reviews.

Also, check out this episode of ProductivityCast, Episode 045, “Weekly Review: Getting Things Done (GTD),” via https://productivitycast.net/045 or your favorite podcast app!

Rules:

1) Show up at the time of the Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP). We use Google Meet (https://meet.google.com/dre-rswh-cyi), a video meeting application, to host this WRAP; you need to use the link provided bellow to connect with the group…it’s free for you to do so.

2) Start your video, say hello to the group, mix and mingle before we all get started.

I suggest, if you haven’t done so before, complete the GTD-Q to know where you are at: https://gettingthingsdone.com/gtd-q/. (I do this before every Weekly Review to help me track how well my system is keeping me in the C&C quadrant. You may not wish to do this weekly; that’s OK.)

I will walk everyone through a quick introduction of the Weekly Review, we’ll introduce ourselves briefly, and then I’ll mute everyone’s microphones.

3) Start your Weekly Review. Please stay muted as not to distract others, but stay on video for accountability.

We allot two hours for the event, but some will do their Weekly Review in more time, some in less time. If we get to two hours and you’re still working on your Weekly Review, that’s fine. The host will end the Zoom, but you should keep going to complete yours!


Agenda

  • Introductions (while the numbers are reasonable)
    • Name
    • Profession
    • Where are you connecting from (city/state)
    • Successes
  • Set the stage
    • Set yourself up for a quality Weekly Review: Music, beverage, snack, and all tools and resources needed for the review. Consistency is key here, too.
    • Optional: GTD-Q.
    • Optional: Do a quick mind sweep to capture any loose thoughts you need to come back to after your review, or into your inbox for this review
  • Weekly Review Checklist
  • Check-ins (Every 40 minutes – Clear. Current. Creative.)
  • Announcements
  • That’s a WRAP!
    • Continue your Weekly Review if you’re still working on it even when we disconnect from Google Meet!

Again, Google Meet URL link is: https://meet.google.com/dre-rswh-cyi

Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP) Wednesday Night Edition #6 (12-18-2019)

We are GTDers looking for greater accountability to setting aside time to perform our Weekly Reviews. This is a weekly event where you can join other GTDers who are doing their Weekly Reviews.

Also, check out this episode of ProductivityCast, Episode 045, “Weekly Review: Getting Things Done (GTD),” via https://productivitycast.net/045 or your favorite podcast app!

Rules:

1) Show up at the time of the Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP). We use Google Meet (https://meet.google.com/dre-rswh-cyi), a video meeting application, to host this WRAP; you need to use the link provided bellow to connect with the group…it’s free for you to do so.

2) Start your video, say hello to the group, mix and mingle before we all get started.

I suggest, if you haven’t done so before, complete the GTD-Q to know where you are at: https://gettingthingsdone.com/gtd-q/. (I do this before every Weekly Review to help me track how well my system is keeping me in the C&C quadrant. You may not wish to do this weekly; that’s OK.)

I will walk everyone through a quick introduction of the Weekly Review, we’ll introduce ourselves briefly, and then I’ll mute everyone’s microphones.

3) Start your Weekly Review. Please stay muted as not to distract others, but stay on video for accountability.

We allot two hours for the event, but some will do their Weekly Review in more time, some in less time. If we get to two hours and you’re still working on your Weekly Review, that’s fine. The host will end the Zoom, but you should keep going to complete yours!


Agenda

  • Introductions (while the numbers are reasonable)
    • Name
    • Profession
    • Where are you connecting from (city/state)
    • Successes
  • Set the stage
    • Set yourself up for a quality Weekly Review: Music, beverage, snack, and all tools and resources needed for the review. Consistency is key here, too.
    • Optional: GTD-Q.
    • Optional: Do a quick mind sweep to capture any loose thoughts you need to come back to after your review, or into your inbox for this review
  • Weekly Review Checklist
  • Check-ins (Every 40 minutes – Clear. Current. Creative.)
  • Announcements
  • That’s a WRAP!
    • Continue your Weekly Review if you’re still working on it even when we disconnect from Google Meet!

Again, Google Meet URL link is: https://meet.google.com/dre-rswh-cyi

Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP) Wednesday Night Edition #5 (12-11-2019)

We are GTDers looking for greater accountability to setting aside time to perform our Weekly Reviews. This is a weekly event where you can join other GTDers who are doing their Weekly Reviews.

Also, check out this episode of ProductivityCast, Episode 045, “Weekly Review: Getting Things Done (GTD),” via https://productivitycast.net/045 or your favorite podcast app!

Rules:

1) Show up at the time of the Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP). We use Google Meet (https://meet.google.com/dre-rswh-cyi), a video meeting application, to host this WRAP; you need to use the link provided bellow to connect with the group…it’s free for you to do so.

2) Start your video, say hello to the group, mix and mingle before we all get started.

I suggest, if you haven’t done so before, complete the GTD-Q to know where you are at: https://gettingthingsdone.com/gtd-q/. (I do this before every Weekly Review to help me track how well my system is keeping me in the C&C quadrant. You may not wish to do this weekly; that’s OK.)

I will walk everyone through a quick introduction of the Weekly Review, we’ll introduce ourselves briefly, and then I’ll mute everyone’s microphones.

3) Start your Weekly Review. Please stay muted as not to distract others, but stay on video for accountability.

We allot two hours for the event, but some will do their Weekly Review in more time, some in less time. If we get to two hours and you’re still working on your Weekly Review, that’s fine. The host will end the Zoom, but you should keep going to complete yours!


Agenda

  • Introductions (while the numbers are reasonable)
    • Name
    • Profession
    • Where are you connecting from (city/state)
    • Successes
  • Set the stage
    • Set yourself up for a quality Weekly Review: Music, beverage, snack, and all tools and resources needed for the review. Consistency is key here, too.
    • Optional: GTD-Q.
    • Optional: Do a quick mind sweep to capture any loose thoughts you need to come back to after your review, or into your inbox for this review
  • Weekly Review Checklist
  • Check-ins (Every 40 minutes – Clear. Current. Creative.)
  • Announcements
  • That’s a WRAP!
    • Continue your Weekly Review if you’re still working on it even when we disconnect from Google Meet!

Again, Google Meet URL link is: https://meet.google.com/dre-rswh-cyi