Today's round-up is about:

  • Learning and creating
  • Getting things done
  • AI, PAR, PKM
  • And much more...

This Week

I've had the week off, so I took the opportunity to learn and create... and loved every minute.

My learning has focused mostly on AI - specifically, how AI can play a role in wellbeing-driven productivity and support neurodivergent people (see 100 Days of AI below).

I created The PAR Method (see below) - a productivity model demonstrating my approach to getting things done, including tool recommendations and ways the method can be adjusted to suit other people's needs. I plan to create an ebook expanding my explanation of The PAR Method; this will be available as member-only content in the first instance (part of The Library).  

I also updated my personal knowledge management system and created a video explaining it (see below).

This week has reminded me of the strong connection between learning, creating, and motivation - the more you learn and create, the more you want to learn and create.  

The PAR Method: A Wellbeing-Driven Productivity System Designed with Neurodivergent Individuals in Mind
The PAR Method is a productivity system specifically designed for people who are neurodivergent (or think they might be).
My personal knowledge management and productivity toolkit.


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Tweet of the Week


That's a Wrap

As always, thanks for reading.

Hit reply and let me know what you found most helpful this week - I’d love to hear from you.

See you next weekend.

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