Moodnotes is a simple iOS app that allows you to capture and improve your thinking habits through an innovative approach to journaling. In my latest SCO tip video, I show you how to log your emotion state using Moodnotes and the type of insights you can glean from the data that it collects. Click here to view the tutorial.
Your brain is an incredibly powerful computer, rapidly processing information to help you make better decisions – except when it doesn’t. Should you really trust your first impressions? without thinking. Click here to join Jus as we dive into the world of rapid cognition and thinking.
Everything on your to-do list must be completed within the context of time, but looking at a huge list of things can be overwhelming. Sorted takes a different approach to task management by giving you powerful tools to quickly create a plan for your day, including both tasks and calendar events, into a timeline. Click here to view the tutorial.
In this episode, author Chris Bailey joins David and I to talk about real productivity. Chris actually makes the case that watching Netflix can be productive! Click here to find out why I agree with him.
There’s a lot of great habit trackers for iOS, but the one I like the best is called Productive. It’s a little expensive, but has some awesome features (like Boost Mode) that make forming good habits easy. Click here to view my latest SCO tip video.
The One Thing was my pick for the best book of all time in the Bookwork Draft we did for episode 50. And this week, Joe and I cover it in depth. Click here to see if it lives up to the hype.
David and I kick off Focused with an in-depth look at why New Year’s resolutions usually fail. We discuss the power of tiny gains, why systems are more important than goals, and how you can change your identity by implementing better habits. Click here to check out the very first episode.