Don’t throw out any new ideas. When the time is right, some of them may grow up.
If you read Michael’s blog or listen to his podcast, you know that he is a huge fan of Greg McKeown’s “Essentialism.” It influences the way he manages the company, makes decisions, and chooses his next actions. It can be summarized in one sentence: do less, but better.
At the same time, his mind produces lots of ideas. More than he can put into action. That’s why his ideas need their own home. In Nozbe, of course.
Watch now to see how Michael deals with new ideas and reviews them:
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- Productive! Magazine No. 34
- Interview with Greg McKeown, the author of “Essentialism”: read or watch on YouTube
- The Podcast episode about Quarterly Offsite
- Michael’s notes after reading “Essentialism”
- “Ask Michael” YouTube playlist
- “Ask Michael” podcast
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