I’ve been like over the top busy working on BrewStream. I haven’t blogged in three months.
But, thanks to a gentle reminder from Pastor Matt yesterday at church, I’ve paused a couple of times to stop and be thankful. Could you imagine living in a country being oppressed and not allowed to worship the way you want? To be told how to live? What you can have? And, you don’t even have to “look back in history” – it has happened, and happening, our our life times.
So, I’m pausing now, and will again a few times today to be thankful to those who gave their lives, and those today who are serving, or have served. Thank you all!
[Photo: Tim Gouw via Unsplash]
Ever find that it’s noon and you haven’t accomplished anything on your to-do list? Get a productive jump-start on the day with these tasks.
Source: The First Four Things You Should Do Every Workday
My Vistage leader sent this article out. It so hits the mark.
Over the years, I find myself cycling back to opening email first thing in the morning, then, basically staying there all day. This article notes “the morning goes by and nothing got done.” In my case, much to my chagrin, I find that a week has gone by – and the critical things are not done. It’s times like these when I need reminders like this.
Reading this article will be the best two minutes you spend today.
Make it a great day.
Here is a quick “Technology You Should Be Using” hit for you.
I was getting tired of opening Chrome, waiting for it to load, then, go to the bookmark to open things I use every day like Google Drive, Google Inbox, etc. So, I wanted to see what the “modern” way of adding bookmarks is and ran across this.
Personally; I’m not a “clutter my desktop” kind of guy (goes towards GTD Mind Like Water); but I’m sure parts of this will let you do that too if you are the “cluttered” type. 😉
Use Chrome to Create a Windows 10 App from Any Website