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              • 43 Folders

                Merlin’s weekly podcast with Dan Benjamin. We talk about creativity, independence, and making things you love.

                盛世棋牌Join us via , , or at .

                ”What’s 43 Folders?”
                2weo4uk.icu盛世棋牌 is ’s website about finding the time and attention to do your best creative work.

                Interviews

                Catching Up: 3 Interviews from a Cooling Crucible

                After almost a year of hand-wringing, fretting, and occasionally even writing the odd string of English words, I've finally started turning into the home stretch with the first draft of .

                If it hasn't been obvious, or you couldn't just guess, this book project's been a big rock for me. Given the effort it's taken (read: most every hour I'm not sleeping, working, or pushing my daughter in a swing), it's also the primary reason why updates to 43 Folders have been so scarce over the last few months. The spirit was willing, but the brain--insanely sick of thinking about these very topics--was weak.

                Yes, as it turns out, writing a book does require an extraordinary expenditure of both attention and盛世棋牌 time. And, in my own case, I'll confess that this often meant working even more than . But, who knows? Maybe that's just a consequence of my slow typing and abject lack of lifetrepreneurship.

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                Macworld Expo '08: Merlin talks with the makers of 1Password

                盛世棋牌Aha! Embeddable video for a third interview at Macworld '08 has turned up -- this one's with Dave Teare at , makers of .

                As we discuss in the video, I'm really盛世棋牌 looking forward to seeing 1Password's .


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                Best of: Our Favorite Videos

                Back at work killing time? Sure you are. After all, it's nationwide "" week, right? You bet it is.

                So, from the archives of 43 Folders (and the on-hiatus ), here's four of my favorite videos of stuff I've done. Hope you like 'em.

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                TMS: John Roderick, Chris Wetherell, and John Vanderslice

                The last week or so of has featured three fun interviews with independent musicians -- talking about Macs, handling email, and figuring out how to get paid. Stop by for visits with , , and (or view the videos right here, after the jump...)

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                Productive Talk Compilation: 8-episode podcast with GTD's David Allen

                As promised, here's the single-file compilation of the Productive Talk podcast interviews I did with David Allen, the author of . The final version's eight episodes clock in at a considerable one hour and twenty-six minutes盛世棋牌, so this should give you plenty to listen to while you're in line at the DMV.

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                David Allen on GTD's future (and why it just works, as is)

                43 Folders and present the eighth in a series of conversations that David and Merlin recently had about .

                Summary

                盛世棋牌In this episode, Merlin asks David one of the most popular questions about GTD; if he could write the book all over again today, what would he do differently? David addresses how people’s understanding of GTD evolves on repeated exposures, as well hinting at future plans for making GTD easier for people to start and maintain. He makes some great points on learning to pay attention to your "higher altitudes," and wraps up by underscoring the importance of not having to rethink every task throughout the day. (13:11)

                Grab the , learn more at , or just listen here (after the cut).

                Merlin's comments

                If you bend David Allen's ear for more than 30 seconds about GTD, you'll hear some variation of a phrase that I heard a lot over the couple days we hung out in Ojai: "It's all in the book!"

                Say what you will about The David, but he is not a man who suffers from The George Lucas Complex. Much to the consternation of his publishers, his fans, and -- one suspects -- even some of his colleagues, David feels like he has already written . And he very clearly has no desire to futz with that basic system without a good reason; it's sound and complete, as is, and there you go. Next subject.

                盛世棋牌And, I have to say, in a lot of ways, I've come to really admire this.

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                David Allen Interview: Getting Things Done with Email

                43 Folders and present the fifth in a series of conversations that David and Merlin recently had about .

                Summary

                In this episode, David and Merlin talk about email. We learn that David coaches people to deal with a high volume of messages by treating them like you would any other input.

                (Running time: 17:53)

                Grab the , learn more at , or just listen here (after the cut).

                Merlin's comments

                盛世棋牌Email was one of the topics that I was most interested in talking to David about, and I found his responses to my questions thought-provoking.

                盛世棋牌David makes the case that email is basically just another input -- like voice mail, for example -- that needs to be emptied and processed every day. That it's not substantially different (apart from how badly mostly people do it right now).

                While I absolutely agree on , I think opinions may differ on the significance of email's impact on the life of the average knowledge worker.

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                43f interview: David Allen on Getting Things Done with your team

                盛世棋牌43 Folders and present the fourth in a series of conversations that David and Merlin recently had about .

                In this episode, David and Merlin talk about the role of GTD in teams and how to lead by example.

                (Running time: 08:46)

                Grab the , learn more at , or just listen from here:

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