As a student I know the problem of always looking at my phone when I should study. And that is why I tried out an app called Forest (probably you already now it). But for everyone else, it is an app which lets you set a timer (and plant a tree). While thi... Hi all, Just wanted to recommend this podcast for anyone interested in productivity. The host, Brandon Vaughn, is earnest and great to listen to. He takes his time in going over a single productivity idea or concept per episode and will often do a long se... David Griffin is a senior consultant at Cambridge based 42 Technology, which offers pragmatic engineering innovation, design and development services to clients in a range of industries. He first started with GTD in 2003, when Palm Pilot devices were no l... For quite a long time I've been trying to develop good daily habits, and tracking my progress. I've been tweaking and improving my system a lot, and at this point it has pretty much stabilized, so I think it's time to share what I've learned. So what are some of the favourite tools everyone uses here to boost their productivity? One of mine is a simple productivity countdown timer. I use it to focus myself for 30 minutes at a time on each project. Helps keep me on track as with the timer runni... I guess the goal of this community for everyone is to be here as little as possible but as much as necessary. :) Lately, I've been choosing online courses over reading books as a way of learning new skills. Weird for me since I LOVE books. How about everyone else? I think that the posting of links to people's blogs ends up with discussion forums that are full of blog/article spam with very little discussion. Perhaps we should ban links here to promote more discussion?