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Creating Flow with OmniFocus has ratings and 26 reviews. Trey said: Amazingly precious and written for the very tightly wound todo-list making indivi. I think this is one of the best, if not the best, third party resource for OmniFocus 3. I am now almost finished with Volume 2 (of 5. Creating Flow with OmniFocus helps you to easily guide your work, play, and productivity throughout the days, weeks, and years using the strength of the.

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He is also the author of Video Game Play and Addiction: Now I’ve got two core perspectives, neither of which I really understand, so I will undoubtedly have to read this section again. Koursoh system is something incredible elaborate. Thanks Kourosh, you’re a pretty cool dude. Take on the projects you want to, knowing you have a way to do the day to day. The systematized and organized method frees the capacity to think creatively and more freely on a task at hand.

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I don’t know if it’s just me, but I read the descriptions of setting up the core flagged and core start-date perspectives twice and I’m still not sure that I get it. Omnifocuss it is possible to extract useful solutions. Then you can take the pieces that fit your own personal workflow. Dini approach is elaborate, and I find I do better with a fllw approach. But it is extremely thorough and methodical, which are definitely assets.


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All one can really do is explain how they use it and hope that that helps. As he is known to do many things, Kourosh has needed a tool and method by which he could wrangle it all. That bastard Merlin Mann.

The most important rule about To-Do systems is to be simple. Amazingly precious and written for the very tightly wound todo-list making individual. Guide technology, rather than be controlled by it. Quotes from Creating Flow wit His background as a psychiatrist really proves useful in how he An amazing guide to how to use OmniFocus. To get the most value read the book when you read GTD already and tried to use OmniFocus for a while.

And he does do that, with explanations of procrastination and why we do it, that sort of thing. But I do not believe that simplicity is necessarily a first step.


The concept of meta-tasks and framing procrastination as a state to evaluate roadblocks are great takeaways.

Maybe I could devote a minute pomodoro to investigation the rabbit holes and learning bits here and pieces there about how to tweak my project managing! Refresh and try again. You can read what Dr. Would benefit from a wider variety of examples; “Make chocolate chip cookies” does not cover it for many of the situations. Books by Kourosh Dini. Find a deep focus. Maybe not that last point.

I bought OmniFocus over a year ago and struggled with it based on David Sparks’ excellent screencasts [ Link ].

Download a demo, the first five modules, here. You can see some examples of how they set up their workflow. And my final gripe?

Zen and the Piano Soundtrack album Bonus: May 03, Leo rated it it was amazing. That said, I knew as soon as I started reading those parts that I’d need to come back to them. I just found it so overwhelming! Jan 15, Dinah added it.

Nov 11, Mike Vardy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Form useful habits gradually.