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Inside Out – A Well Done Movie of the Psyche

on Jun 24, 2015

I’m so glad the movie Inside Out exists. I can now point to something whenever someone asks what psychoanalysis is about. Too often, psychoanalysis is associated with hidden phallic symbols, lusting for mothers, and the like. But the real issues, the depth of it, is about that which is meaningful to the individual, the emotions touched off by our environments, and how we grow as human beings. The movie is such a fun and vibrant presentation of concepts of the mind. The importance of grief and how easily it can be disrupted, the stifling of thought by the suppression of emotion, the power of play in evolving from depression, the use of transitional objects in development, the use of free association (train of thought), and more are so well done. And what tear a jerker! Not that I cried....

Mac Power Users – #263: Rethinking Task Management with Kourosh Dini

on Jun 21, 2015

My friends Katie Floyd, David Sparks, and I chatted it up on a recent MacPower Users episode where we discuss a bit about organizing, OmniFocus, and other such fun ramblings.

Blue and Green Music – A Piano Interpretation

on May 20, 2015

Dropping Projects & A “Dormant” OmniFocus Perspective

on Apr 30, 2015

A post about dropping projects and building a custom OmniFocus perspective to help.

Thoughts Pass (piano & synth)

on Apr 28, 2015

 

A piano and synth track recorded earlier this year.

The Moment

on Apr 7, 2015

 

Each moment has a beginning, middle, and end.

Each moment is both singular and infinite.

Each moment is best treated with care. 

It is the only time it will be experienced. 

 

Fairytale (piano)

on Mar 21, 2015

Written in F minor and in 3/4 time. Recorded March 21, 2015 at a live performance in Nitida Ridge.

An Overview of How I Use OmniFocus

on Feb 23, 2015

 

 

Learn OmniFocus LogoOver the weekend, I had the opportunity to present an overview of my use of OmniFocus at Learn OmniFocus. It was really fun, and the audience was great.

This is probably the one place where I have a most up-to-date overview of my workflow.

Check out the recording of the webinar here.