I want to use my Apple Watch to track my runs and races of longer time and distance. I don't know if the battery will last... I do like wearing my watch on a day by day basis. It works for unlocking my Mac, quick checking message's, telling Siri what to do, etc. I want … Continue reading Apple Watch for Ultra Running?
This is a follow up to Part 1: What I'd really like is more tweaks to the software. Not a lot, but just a couple that might help: 1 - I'd like complications to be more more useful. 2- I'd like additional, expertly crafted watch faces. (I'd buy separate watch faces if Apple offers them.) … Continue reading Apple Watch Notes – Part 2
Everyone you meet or interact with has their own story, their own "stuff" going on. Sometimes it's amazing, sometimes it's scary, and sometimes it's nothing but different from your stuff. It's important to remember that we never know what the other person is currently dealing with, or has had to deal with in their lives. … Continue reading Remember – we all have burdens
I have noticed a sort of trend lately - bashing GTD for not Getting Things Done. Examples are here, here, here, here, and here. One common theme seems to be that running the GTD system takes too much time, so much in fact, that you don't actually GET things done. After all the time running … Continue reading GTD – does it get things done?
This is the fifth part of a five part series, diving deeper into individual points from the post : “5 reason’s your product is not at retail” 5 - You don't know your competition Selling to retail isn't done in a vacuum. Other companies are out there pitching selling options for your product. Probably selling the … Continue reading You don’t know your competition