Part II: Letting Go of Work This Summer
Monday I got back from a great 4th of July getaway. We drove to and stayed in Mendocino California, which is a rural and quaint Northern California coastal town (now a vacation destination). If you don’t know that area but are perhaps familiar with New England, think of almost any small coastal Maine vacation town (Ogunquit Maine comes to my mind): rocky ocean shore, old Victorian shops and B&B’s, and a nice slow pace; this is a West Coast version of that. The weather was beautiful with fog moving in and out of an intense blue sky and rolling into the redwood hills. It was a wonderful place to relax for three days.
While relaxing there I spent part of a morning perusing a local bookstore, and in the psychology section I came across a relatively new book called “Speed: Facing Our Addiction to Fast and Faster—And Overcoming Our Fear of Slowing Down.” Skimming it I decided that in this newsletter I would continue writing on the topic of my last newsletter, about Letting go of work this summer. If this interests you, read on.
Read Part II of Letting Go of Work This Summer
New Video Added to One-Minute Project Management (1MPM) Video Class
About 3 or 4 weeks ago we added another video to the One-Minute Project Management class, and it's available to all paid users, even if you got the course earlier. The new video is listed at the end of Part 1, and it's called "More Details: Transferring MYN Tasks." So you may want to sign in and watch that. If you don't own the class, you can get the class at this link.
Android Task Apps for 1MTD and MYN
We updated 1MTD and MYN usage instructions for the Android version of Pocket Informant for those of you using Toodledo. You can see updates in the Full-MYN ToodleDo Video Training class, (Lesson 22B) and other places we discuss that software.
Also, you may know that for Outlook/Exchange users we recommend the Android app Touchdown. Well, a reader contacted us and said there is another Android app that works with Exchange and 1MTD/MYN. We haven't tested it, so if you try it, let us know how it goes.
Nook version of 4th Edition Outlook book
The Nook (Barnes & Noble) eBook version of Total Workday Control Using Microsoft Outlook, 4th Ed., finally got posted and is available.
Read more here