I love learning about how other people get things done. (It’s one of the motivations for my podcast.) In that spirit, I’ve decided to share how I work. It may come across as self-indulgent, but perhaps it can also give you ideas.
In February, I mentioned on Twitter that I was working on a post about my ‘production function.’ (Tyler Cowen’s wonderful phrase.) I asked what you’d like to know about my setup, and several folks replied with angles I hadn’t considered.
As I outlined what I wanted to cover, I realized there’s too much for a single entry. So, I’m breaking it down into several shorter posts, which I’m also planning to post as tweetstorms.
This is the first of these posts, which will serve as an index. As I write more, I’ll add them here, calling out emerging patterns. (And integrating your feedback, so please let me know what you’d like to learn about.)
Here’s what I plan to cover:
- Tools and techniques for personal information management
- Software and hardware for better thinking
- Frameworks and approaches for better time management
- Whatever you’d like me to explore (let me know!)
My personal information ecosystem is constantly evolving, so I expect this to be a ‘living’ post. I’ll edit it to reflect how things change. For now, stay tuned.
Posts in the series
- How I make time to think (posted 2021-04-07)
- How I take notes (posted 2021-05-11)
- Working on the iPad (posted 2021-07-20)
Cover image: Detail from one of Benjamin Franklin’s virtue charts. Credit: Franklin’s Way.
Last updated: 2021-05-11