We live in a world of powerful distractions, hence the need for a means of helping stay focused. I found the Headspace meditation app made a huge difference to my ability to stay focused on tasks and not react overly emotionally to any set backs. It's one that I happily subscribed to until...
Waking Up with Sam Harris
Sam Harris has released an app on how to meditate. I've used it everyday and it's now my favourite and only meditation app. It is guided meditation and goes deep into what consciousness is, and introduces you to a variety of meditation styles. If you want to understand your mind and consciousness, this is an education in itself. The first 5 meditations are free, after that it is USD$15 per month or USD$120 pa. https://wakingup.com
Storing and Organising Notes
I have tried lots of ways to store ideas, notes and useful information. I have used Evernote to store and organise all my notes including photographs, written notes, images, business cards, receipts and more and and placed them in relevant folders. The problem is that after awhile you have hundreds of notes and they can get out of hand. Yes, you can search for them, but I think maybe just use this resource for storing PDF's etc, provided that you can find them again.
Another great free tool is Pocket— good for storing webpages you want to read later. Use on the iPhone too.
Lately I have been using Roam Research to connect my notes, and have found it very powerful. At this stage I am just adding notes and linking them together.
Another interesting one I have been checking out is Notion. Worth a look.
Wisepreneurs YouTube Channel
Selected YouTube videos to stimulate your business ideas, creativity and more. From Alain de Botton, Seth Godin, Yuval Noah Harari and more. Well worth a visit.
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Make your writing count
I use Grammarly to check all my writing—my emails, newsletters and blog articles before publishing them. The subscription version is the most powerful. However, you may prefer to start with the free version to see how it works. If your writing needs to be focused, subscribe to the commercial version.
I highly recommend using this program as it has improved my writing immensely—emails, on my website, blogs and any other writing I have to do.