Hanselminutes Podcast 268 - Personal Systems of Organization - Rey Bango interviews Scott Hanselman
Tables turned this week and Rey Bango interviews Scott on his personal systems of organization. How has Scott synthesized the systems of Stephen Covey, David Allen, J.D. Meier and the Pomodoro Technique into a living system that works for him.
Links from the Show
- Free eBook: Getting Results the Agile Way
- The Pomodoro Technique
- Book: Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
- My system in 2005: Personal Systems of Organization
- Oredev Keynote - Information Overload and Managing the Flow: Effectiveness and Efficiency
- Do they deserve the gift of your keystrokes?
- Hanselminutes Podcast 234 - Getting Things Done with Lane Newsom
- The Three Most Important Outlook Rules for Processing Mail
- Getting Organized While Drinking from the (Outlook) Fire Hose
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