The idea of ‘Inbox Zero’ is compelling. The promise goes like this: Just clean out your inbox every day and your productivity will soar. And, to a certain degree, this is true in my opinion. It is a good idea to pursue the goal of an empty inbox. By splitting up your mail into different categories and define ways on how to handle them, you can break up the vast number of mails we face every day. I probably should write about my process at some point. But not today. Today, I’d like to write about the underlying motivation of …Read On
Tool or Process?
Videos and blog posts about “productivity systems” are booming. That’s understandable, since they suggest a shortcut to improved productivity. But what counts is something else. The process is what matters most.Read On