Save 1 Hour A Week In The Next 8 Mins

Unroll me Other Inbox Sanebox Email Management Getting Things Done

Save 1 Hour A Week In The Next 8 Mins I'm still a fan of email. I always keep my inbox emptied and generally work with a Getting Things Done methodology. But to keep my promise with the timing on the above title, check out these three websites to declutter your email. Between the three of them, you will automatically be able to unsubscribe to emails in seconds, automatically prioritise and adjust the education of which emails are … [Read more...]

Be The Person You Can Be Proud Of

Couple Walking on Beech

“A person of knowledge uses words with restraint, and a man of understanding is even-tempered.” Proverbs 17: 27 Can you recognise when you have been in the company of someone who is inspirational and has left you wowed, having only uttered a few words? They listen to you talking, and reflect upon what you have said. They occasionally nod their head to encourage you to say more and then with a warm, smiling face and a sparkle in their … [Read more...]

16 Apps I Use Everyday To Help Make Me Grow My Character

Apps for the soul, personal growth and productivity

16 Apps I Use Everyday To Help Make Me Grow My Character I often get asked what Apps I use and I often find myself wanting to sit down with people and talk through all the benefits of each app. So having been asked a number of times, I've decided to post a blog indicating the apps that I use to make me a better person. All of these help me develop good disciplines of health, spirituality, gratitude, learning, productivity and … [Read more...]

10 Ways To Know You’re Doing What You’re Called To Do

Screen Shot 2013-02-04 at 14.01.32

10 Ways To Know You're Doing What You're Called To Do There is nothing like living in the flow of knowing that you're in your groove and that you're playing to your strengths and living out what you've been created to be. For those of you who have lost jobs, found doors not opening up, are banging their heads against a brick wall and have had a nagging feeling inside that there must be more, don't push on regardless- just take a moment to … [Read more...]

My Top 3 Tech Items Ive Used To Lose Weight

Nike Fuel Band

My Top 3 Tech Items I've Used To Lose Weight I like New Years Resolutions, and I got a head start on this from last Summer, but I've shed 3 stone and have a further 2 to go. I thought I'd outline some of the best apps and devices out there that I think can be a good assistance. And before you moan at me, I know that none of this replaces, actually eating well and doing regular exercise. I've just found these additions and extra motivations. … [Read more...]

10 reasons I Chose to Use Kickstarter

Kickstarter Pros

10 reasons I Chose to Use Kickstarter In December I made a decision. I decided to get stuck in with Kickstarter and work towards putting online a Kickstarter project around a passion. I want to take a bit of time out to focus solely on writing, speaking, podcasting and creating video content. And as in the big wide world, of the big wide web, I'm not a Robert Scoble and I can't find a company like Rackspace to pay for me and a … [Read more...]

Todays Revolutionaries Become Tomorrows Dictators

Vine Twitter Facebook

Todays Revolutionaries Become Tomorrows Dictators I think Mark Zuckerberg has got a good instinctive gut and I highly rate him. When Zuckerberg was at Harvard, students wanted the university to develop an internal website that would include photos of people and their contact details. The University was reluctant and Zuckerberg created Facemash. It was popular. Servers crashed. Facemash was shut down. Zuckerberg was slated and apologised. … [Read more...]

10 Steps to Choosing the Best Books to Read

Finding the Right Books to Read

10 Steps to Choosing the Best Books to Read There's an approximate 2.2m books published each year, 48,857 published already this year (as of Jan 8th), and according to Google back in August 2010 there was a total of 130 million books that have ever been published. That's a lot of journeys. So how do you pick the best ones? I wrote a blog about listening and someone responded with a simple comment that it's easy (and enjoyable) to listen to … [Read more...]