I spent a lot of time this weekend thinking about links, but I
couldn't come up with a really good set to put together. Then I was
reading Paul Stamatiou's excellent post, How To: Cultivate That Killer
Idea, and it made me think about the great productivity blogs
that are out there.
I should mention that I'm a productivity aficionado. What that
means is that I dream of finding the magic system that's eventually
going to make me completely productive. I read productivity books and
blogs, I watch videos and I listen to tapes. That said, I haven't
hit on the perfect system for me. I get somewhat bored of keeping
the same system going all of the time, which is, I guess, what makes being a
productivity hobbyist so much fun.
So I've pretty much accepted the fact that I won't be as productive
as I dream of being, but you know the
"Winning is not everything - but making the effort to win is." The
links listed below will help in your efforts to be more
productive. Even if you only find a few things here that make sense
for you, I think you'll find that you can be more productive.
Of course, there are more of these kinds of sites out there. These are the ones that I try to read all the time. After you take a look at these sites, come back and take a look at how you can use the tips you find with your Office for Mac
products. The two Office tools that I mostly associate with
productivity are Word for Mac in Notebook Layout View and the
Project Center in Entourage. (Though arguably an office suite is all about productivity.) Also be sure to check out
and Tips at Mactopia. This is the link for Word tips, but you'll
find tips for all the products at the site. I learn something new
nearly every time I visit these pages.