A structured revisit of Graham Allcott’s 2014 book, “How to be a Productivity Ninja”. Designing a powerful infographic to convey the core message of the book and cover the key insights from the author
Fellow traveler seeks order & creativity in Work & life
This article is an invitation to follow along if you would like to know more about what a Life OS is and to decide if it is for you. If you decide to get onboard, then this article becomes Part 1 of an ongoing series in creating and maintaining a Life OS.
There is no greater lab for workflow design at home than the kitchen. Let’s break it down to its logical elements and optimize. We explore a powerful system of organization that encourages us to cook more and cook better
Sometimes, the simplest tools make the greatest impact. John Doerr pitches his idea through a collection of cases studies to demonstrate the effectiveness of OKRs. Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) are a simple yet clear tool for goal setting and innovating, irrespective of team size.
Working from home has opened a new chapter of self realization. Many of us were unprepared for it, but hiding behind the chaos is an opportunity. In this post we will look at how both newbies and veterans of the work from home crowd can benefit from understanding what our body’s clock is, what it does and how do we benefit from putting it to work for us instead of against us.
The iPad is a powerful companion. However, if you want to extract the the full potential of the device that Apple wants you to have, the overall cost escalates quickly. In this article we’ll explore some cheap yet effective iPad accessories that can do the same and in many cases, even more.
In this widely discussed book, Cal Newport, addresses Deep Work. The article distills the book into it’s core elements and the arguments presented by the author. It also tries to extract practical tips the reader can use in daily life