Discardia Mastery tips 2010
Thinking about the analogies between Discardia sprints and agile programming sprints and scrums. (Thanks, @clevergirl, for getting my brain going on this track!)
joined in March sometime 2010
best practice: focus 2010
a visit to Mr. MacGregor's bar 2010
1000 item discard 2010
departing now on all tracks 2010
fine tune for your unique self 2010
what task have you been putting off 2010
an empty drawer 2010
Having no luck at all trying to find any stats on the average number of personal possessions people own. 2010
(Americans, Brits, westerners, non-westerners, anyone really. Just need a starting point to leap off to more citations and some effective keywords.
A Talk with George 2010
when you want the whole to be better 2010
fish print 2010
Happily watching the number of Discardia fans grow. 2010
Working on book proposal polishing and website update planning.
Does your workspace energize and focus you? 2010
What did you do with the time 2010
Thanks, Gary! 2010
Just finished Gary Vaynerchuk (@GaryVee)'s vook Crush It and highly recommend it. The Vook format was engaging and convenient on my phone. The content was spot on and inspiring. I especially liked Chapter Nine, which kicks ass and consists of that single, incredibly important word: Care.
I love Discardians! 2010
Just reading all the Discardia-related entries on43Things.com and letting folks know about the Facebook page. Wow! What great people!
I tried Farmville. 2010
Eh. Not fun enough to be worth even the 10-20 minutes a day it demands. I'll stick to real video games.
what didn't happen last week 2010
know what you consume, and why 2010
on stacks 2010
[posted to discardia.tumblr.com on 3/20 (and this was the last usage of that account:]
Great be-honest-with-yourself reminder from David Allen:
“But, to be exact, with those stacks, you could conceivably be ‘organized.’ It’s all relative—if you truly have decided that fifty pounds of miscellaneous paper material piled up all around your office is reflective of what it really means (these are all things that I just want to feel slightly pressured by but not actually do anything about, that I want to be able to find in a relatively short period of time, if I have to), then you’re organized.”
Heh. Yeah, I’m not so happy about “feel slightly pressured by but don’t actually do anything about” in my life.