Omni2Map: Export OmniFocus to MindManager

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

As I mentioned in my earlier OmniFocus for IPad Review, I recently adopted OmniFocus as my home project management system for Getting Things Done (GTD) In the review I noted several weaknesses of the IPad app that I thought I might be able to address with a MindManager Add-in (Omni2Map). As a Windows user, I […]

OmniFocus for IPad Review

Saturday, September 3rd, 2011

As I mentioned in my last post on Declaring GTD Bankruptcy, I recently decided to switch my personal GTD system to make better use of my new Ipad 2. Why Switch? Besides the value of having to reconsider all my priorities in the migration process, the main driver was to get away from my home […]

Declaring GTD Bankruptcy

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

I would venture to guess that the typical person has at least a 100 items flow to them during the course of their day that are candidates for their to do list. These may show up by email, by phone, by mail, or by walking past an newly arrived home repair project. David Allen's Getting […]

Buttons to send topics to other maps

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

The MindReader add-in already has a button to bring up a dialog box for you to enter a destination keyword to send a topic to another map but, faced with a very full daily capture map, I thought it might be handy to have a set of buttons configured to send topics to some of […]

MindManager 9 Task Date Issue Update (Part 5)

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

When we left off in Part 4, we were getting started on the initial next actions of a "funnel timeline" project plan for addressing task date issues in MindManager 9: The goal of this series of posts is to both work through the MindManager 9 task date issue and to attempt to provide a working […]

Focusing in on One Area of your Life

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

A ResultsManager user asked by email: "What template should I use for getting a dashboard just of high-priority projects and results that are tagged with Area X? Is that still the Next Actions by Area and Context? Or is there a better one? For example, today I’m dedicated to working just on the Area X […]

MindReader 2.0

Saturday, February 7th, 2009

After a few weeks of shakedown and clean-up, it seems the setup.exe program created to install MindReader, Mark Task Complete, and Next Action Analysis and their associated Gyronix GyroQ tags is just about ready for prime time. If you are a MindManager user and have wanted to give these tools a try in the past, […]

Software Updates

Monday, November 10th, 2008

Although the activityowner.com blog has been quiet for a few months (due to the tools working too well for the author :-), several software updates have made their way onto the wiki. I wanted to post a quick note so that long-time users were aware of what has become available. All these changes have been […]

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