It’s good to be back for yet another episode of the Project Management for the Masses Podcast.
After a break last week, today I bring you the inspiring Tim Stringer.
Tim and I will talk about productivity and what’s really important in life.
Today’s episode is for those of us who want to really find the right perspective in life to know when and what to do.
We will define productivity, and also talk about the 4 pillars of holistic productivity.
Tim StringerTim Stringer is a veteran of the technology industry, a professional coach, a recognized productivity expert and the founder of Holistic Productivity™.
Tim graduated with a degree in Engineering (1990) and has worked as a software engineer, development manager and project manager for both small and large corporations.
Tim founded Technically Simple in 2003 and works with individuals and organizations to become productive while making more effective use of technology.
He has been teaching yoga since 1999 and believes that a healthy, balanced lifestyle is a key component to productivity.
As you may know, one of the most important tools in my arsenal of productivity apps is OmniFocus. OmniFocus is a task management application that is very powerful and useful for those of us adopters of David Allen’s Getting Things Done philosophy.
Because it is a powerful tool, it can be a bit intimidating as well.
Tim has created a training program to help us learn how to use this important tool.
You can find out more and sign up for the program here: http://pmforthemasses.com/learnomnifocus
Holistic Productivity Course
Besides the Learn OmniFocus program, Tim also has a fantastic training course in Holistic Productivity.
This is an in-depth, 8-hour training program split into 6 intensive sessions.
Are you overwhelmed? Do you have too much on your plate? Do you feel like you just work on what’s urgent, and never have time to work on what’s really important?
This course will help you take a step back and look at the bigger picture to give you more clarity. It will also give you tools to use so you can start on your path to holistic productivity.
If you’d like to learn more, check it out at http://pmforthemasses.com/holistic
Disclaimer: Tim has set me up as an affiliate for his courses. This means that if you purchase them using the links above, I will receive a commission.
What about you?
I would love to know: what is your approach to productivity? Use the comment box below and let’s continue this conversation.