From the Editor
Welcome to the newest, 12th issue of your favorite productivity magazine. This time I had the pleasure of interviewing Jason Womack, the author of his just-released book “Your Best Just Got Better”, a former Getting Things Done (GTD) coach and a fantastic positive guy.
We talked about productivity, fitness, improving our skills and getting better at what we do, plain and simple.
To achieve that, we need to focus in 2012 on what we do best, I need to focus on enabling my recently-grown team of Nozbe-ninjas to develop an even better productivity tool for you guys (on all mobile and desktop devices possible) and you need to focus on your stuff, too!
That’s why this issue’s theme has become: Focus. Jasmine Grimm talks about how she can focus better without a smartphone (I can’t live without my iPhone, but I still like her tips), Stephen Smith explains his “focused” email system (I’m also a big fan of the inbox-zero approach), Laura Stack explains how to remain focused and still “babysit” others, I also talk about how splitting a day into two parts helps me focus and Graham Allcott takes it even further with his advice. As always Michael Hyatt shows how he deals with stressful moments and Leo Babauta just says that to remain focused, you can always walk away from stuff that is not for you.
All in all, we had great fun compiling this issue and I encourage you to get Jason Womack’s new book: “Your Best Just Got Better” to learn how to build on your strengths and focus on what you’re really good at.