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By: Seven Deadly Sins of Veteran Teachers « So You Want To Teach?

Thu, 11 Feb 2010 05:49:32 +0000

[...] goes to UIL Concert & Sight-Reading), I will be under the radar. I need to reclaim my focus and trimming the attention sails (the term stuck with me almost three years after I first read it, so I figure it’s an [...]



By: Attention firewalling | Lifehacking

Tue, 19 Jan 2010 11:01:58 +0000

[...] enorme lijst, kort en bondig geschreven, tips van Brian Oberkirch waarin hij uitlegt hoe hij als gatekeeper van zijn tijd veel verlies van tijd en aandacht [...]



By: swapBLOGic » What was I doing again?

Thu, 12 Jun 2008 18:48:49 +0000

[...] sees that these people are productive, distraction rules their lives and has become a burden. Brian Oberkirch gets more specific about the details, but for all intents and purposes, he says the same thing. Steve is quick to compliment application [...]



By: Renn

Fri, 30 May 2008 17:30:20 +0000

Wow... what I'm seeing is that technology really exacerbates what the Buddhists call the "monkey mind" - forever swinging from one subject to another, never satisfied, constantly grasping and seeking some new stimulus. I highly recommend spending at least a FEW minutes everyday completely unplugged. As in meditation. My experience has been that I'm more focused and productive and can connect the dots in much more efficient and inspired ways. There are many forms of meditation and, though I'm not a full-on Buddhist, the Theravaden tradition of Mindfullness seems to be most effective - especially if you're not looking to "tune out" but be more "mindful", i.e, effectively aware. Sail on~



By: links for 2008-01-27

Sun, 27 Jan 2008 01:22:31 +0000

[...] Trimming the attention sails at Like It Matters (tags: gtd continuouspartialattention brianoberkirch) [...]



By: The Real Adam – Overcoming “browser tab seventy-three”

Thu, 10 Jan 2008 04:36:09 +0000

[...] that the goal is to acquire new and fascinating information and still get stuff done. Keeping those attention sails well trimmed is the best way to avoid hundreds of NNW browser tabs.Share [...]



By: Getting Unplugged | Cube Rules

Thu, 06 Dec 2007 05:18:11 +0000

[...] Than I ran into Brian Oberkirch at LikeItMatters and concluded that I didn’t need a new list: just use his list of 17 things to get unplugged. It’s called: trimming the attention sails. [...]



By: Random ideas for managing e-mail better « The Journal of Rockett Science

Thu, 06 Sep 2007 15:58:41 +0000

[...] Brian Oberkirch suggests, make “no” the default answer to [...]



By: How To Preserve Your State of Mind | MonkAtWork.com

Mon, 06 Aug 2007 14:33:29 +0000

[...] So here’s what I’m asking of you: Be vigilant about your state of mind today. Place the sanctity of your own mental coherence above habitual patterns of distraction. [...]



By: The solution to too much information is more information at Like It Matters

Mon, 23 Jul 2007 21:59:57 +0000

[...] riffing off of the chestnut that the solution for bad speech is more speech.  My experience with trimming my own attention sails is that it isn’t about turning off and dropping out, but merely becoming more mindful of how [...]



By: disambiguity - » What we need, right, is a big volume control for Ambient Intimacy

Mon, 25 Jun 2007 20:33:55 +0000

[...] This is just one of a million pleas from socially networked people everywhere who are going to great efforts to manage the noise that their networked applications are generating at times when they really need some quiet time to focus. [...]



By: Cutting Back on Inputs

Sat, 23 Jun 2007 09:50:17 +0000

[...] Brian Oberkirch has a post on “Trimming the Attention Sails”, getting more done by spending less time on things that do not need to get done. Here is a sample: * Unsubbed from all email discussion lists. [...]



By: How To Change Who You Are

Thu, 21 Jun 2007 12:04:03 +0000

[...] had a most interesting piece of text jump out at me recently. In the article Trimming the attention sails, the first line was [...]



By: Korey Perley

Thu, 14 Jun 2007 08:56:11 +0000

This one makes sence "One's first step in wisdom is to kuesstion everything - and one's last is to come to terms with everything."



By: Podonomics » Blog Archive » Going on a Social Media Diet

Tue, 12 Jun 2007 05:04:53 +0000

[...] lists about a dozen or so things he’s doing to curb the email overload in his post called Trimming the attention sails (Brian was also influenced by Tim Ferriss’ The Four Hour Work Week [...]