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— Kourosh —
I had a wonderful time talking with Andrew Mason as part of the Omni Show.
Have a listen to [the podcast here](https://www.omnigroup.com/blog/how-psychiatrist-kourosh-dini-maintains-balance-with-omnifocus).
The Omni Show focuses on people who use the Omni Group’s products. It’s no secret that I’ve been a big fan of their applications.
In the episode, I talk about task management, the role OmniFocus plays in it, as well as a bit about music, too.
Designing flow lists
"Falling off the GTD wagon" (or any task system for that matter) can be all too easy and all too disrupting. Especially, when you've grown used to a system, the gradual loss of trust in that system can come with feelings of anxiety, the need for constant damage...
Decisions lingering in the background
Considering how the Getting Things Done methodology can support creative thought and work.
What is a trusted system and why does it matter?
More on dealing with chaotic environments
What do to while quarantined by the coronavirus – set to Blondie’s Call me.
Continuing the Chaotic Workflow series …
Here we get into “Satellite” Task systems that function as branches from a central system.
In the last post, [Workflows in Chaos](https://www.usingomnifocus.com/2017/04/workflows-in-chaos-a-teachers-plight-part-1/), we looked at the importance of making _settled decisions_ and a difference between task management and workflow mastery. Moving on to...
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