I've been making a point to get more organized, and have found a combination of Airtable, Bear, and Things 3 to work just about perfectly. More specifically, I've wanted to learn game development for a while, so I finally jumped on a few courses on Udemy. The tutorials are fantastic, but I've also been really surprised by how well thought out the Udemy platform is, lots of great touches that make learning and interacting with the instructor/community so much easier. What apps or tools are you using to achieve and maintain your New Years resolutions?
- Zenkit is a project management app that offers many different views on your data like the mind-map view, kanban board, spreadsheet, list, and calendar. It is also great for personal goal setting. You can, for example, measure your daily or weekly tasks in a kanban-board or check them off in a task-list. Disclaimer: I work at Zenkit.
- I put my resolutions into the Habit List and it really helps me to keep track of how I'm keeping to them (daily, weekly, monthly analytics). The limitation is that you can add mostly actionable items like 'go for a run', ' do morning meditation' or 'reading 100 pages a day'. It does not help to track resolutions like 'improve emotional well-being', 'improve relationships', etc.
- Forest has been one of my favorite discoveries lately. It helps you focus your attention, on both your phone and your computer, for a given period of time. On top of that, the more you use it, the more money they donate to plant real trees, which is great.
- This is superb to manage your daily meetings and to be on time You can't miss any deadlines.
- Meditating daily is both one of my goals this year and something that helps me get around to every other goal with a lot more focus and calm.
- A lot of people like Trello over Todoist. But I like a simple to do list by day, with tasks I can easily reprioritize and reschedule, and tags by topic so I can look different areas of my life separately. This tool really does the trick for me.
- A simple app to track all of my reoccurring tasks. Feel satisfied as I check all those boxes daily.