🔍Read Full Article Feed the Ever Growing Ego of Tim Ferriss: What’s in it for Tim Ferriss?

Feed the Ever Growing Ego of Tim Ferriss: What’s in it for Tim Ferriss?

0 Comments 🕔17:26, 16.Apr 2011

I have made it very clear on this site about my conflicted feelings toward Tim and his holier-than-thou attitude. It is almost a love/hate relationship; on one hand I admire his “life hacking” abilities and on the other I find it abhorrent for his complete lack of shame. Recently, I caught wind of a “high-end” event— Tim being egocentric enough to refer to this event as being comparable to TED—that Tim will be holding for 200

🔍Read Full Article Streamline Your Business Systems

Streamline Your Business Systems

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Over the last few months I have been looking to streamline my business to the absolute necessities. I set out to accomplish two primary goals: (1) reduce expenses and (2) reduce administrative overhead, both constraints must be accomplished or I will not proceed with a given process redesign. My lofty goal; operate on a budget for less than $500 a month and free-up time. In the consulting business there is really only a handful of tools

🔍Read Full Article Analytical Approach to RSS Efficiency

Analytical Approach to RSS Efficiency

0 Comments 🕔19:22, 19.Sep 2010

Being an avid news hound, I subscribe to a lot of news sites and blogs. I do keep tabs on how many newsfeeds I subscribe to, but in general, I have about 20 at any given time. Everything from LifeHacker to The Wall Street Journal, in essence I try to keep an eclectic and broad spectrum. Two concerns I have been having over the last few months are (1) how much of my time is being

🔍Read Full Article Simple Living: Is It Realistic These Days?

Simple Living: Is It Realistic These Days?

0 Comments 🕔14:00, 08.Sep 2010

One of the “new-fangled” suggested ways of life circling the Internet and bookstores near you is the promise of a simpler way of life. That we—as a society—have been brainwashed into thinking we need more than what we actually do. While this premise holds some water, it is nothing new; it can be likened to the hippie movement of the 60s and 70s. The premise that advertising is the root of all evils and those

🔍Read Full Article Experiment: Going Digital – Giving up Pen and Paper for a Week: Part 2

Experiment: Going Digital – Giving up Pen and Paper for a Week: Part 2

1 Comment 🕔12:00, 26.Aug 2010

OK, it has been a little over a week, and its time I present my findings. First and foremost, for someone such as myself that enjoys both the digital world and conventional methods of workflow, I found it very difficult to abandon old habits. Once I got over this hurtle—about three days into the experiment—I found the conversion to be much simpler. I take notes on just about everything; conversations, tasks, ideas, etc… Needless to

🔍Read Full Article Perils of Multitasking

Perils of Multitasking

0 Comments 🕔10:27, 23.Apr 2010

We have all been there, having too much to do and attempting to bend time to accomplish all the tasks. In this futile attempt of completing an unrealistic amount of work in a given time period, we begin performing tasks simultaneously of one another. Technology is the leading culprit behind such processes and while technology has improved our lives and allowed us to complete tasks in a more efficient, powerful, and timely manner, it has also