This live event is offered through our Learn OmniFocus site and is open to all members. Not a member yet? Join here.
This session is all about taking action in the context of the bigger picture of your life. You’ll learn practical concepts and how they can be applied with OmniFocus and complementary productivity apps. Topics include, strategies for articulating projects and actions that move you forward in a meaningful way and how to tell when you’re drifting off course.
Staying On Purpose
Ideally, everything we do at the runway level is in alignment with our Purpose and Principles. In practice, it doesn’t tend to be this simple. In this day and age, it’s very easy to get caught up in the busyness of day-to-day life and to be dominated by distraction.
To keep life and work on track, it’s important to be intentional about setting aside time for reflection and strategic planning and to be mindful of how you’re spending your time and attention. When used effectively, OmniFocus and complementary productivity apps can help you approach your life and work systematically — freeing your mind for creative thought while also helping you navigate the path forward.
Attend the live session and learn how to:
Use OmniFocus to help ensure that all of your Horizons of Focus receive the appropriate amount of attention.
Use OmniFocus to be intentional about creating time and space.
Use repeating review projects to help keep your day-to-day actions in alignment with what’s most important to your life and work.
Track your Areas of Focus and Accountability and ensure that all areas of your life are getting the appropriate amount of attention.
Stay motivated when working on longer-term objectives, especially when you’re investing a significant amount of time and energy and not seeing significant short-term progress.
Determine what to keep and OmniFocus and what’s best kept elsewhere.
Use OmniOutliner and MindNode alongside OmniFocus to projects and actions.
Use collaborative apps such as Asana and Trello alongside OmniFocus when working in a team environment.
Open to All Learn OmniFocus Members
If you're already a member of Learn OmniFocus, visit the event page to learn more and to register. Please note that space is limited to 75 participants.