Mindfullness Digital Workflow Quick Tips


Become visible in some way

  • To make connections
  • Open up new serendipitous opportunities
  • Fill in latent knowledge gaps
  • Help others by sharing
  • Meet others who are interested in:
    • Digital Computing
    • Digital Productivity
    • Making Digital tools as effective as analog tools
    • Reducing the friction with using digital tools
    • Reduce stress in a faster paced world
    • Taking more control over their days
    • Achieving their goals
    • Creating systems for capturing ideas and acting on those ideas
    • How to increase the speed with which you can get around on your computer.
      • Make getting around on your computer a more natural, enjoyable experience.
  • Potentially meet people for recruiting in the future.
  • What are we hoping people will leave with?
    • An approach and examples of tools for capturing, curating and acting on important ideas.
    • Key tips and tools for making your computing experience more enjoyable.
    • 1 tip a week for getting more out of your computer.
      • A weekly tip for making your computer easier to use.
      • A weekly tip for having a better connection with your computer.
      • A weekly tip for getting the most out of your computer
      • A weekly tip for removing your computer as the rate limiting factor
      • A weekly tip for a better computing experience.
      • A weekly tip for being more productive at your computer.
      • 1 tip a week for improving Digital Hygiene.
      • Weekly 5 Minute Tips for keeping your sanity while working from home.
    • Ideally under 5 minutes so that people can watch them in the pockets of time in their day.
      • Is there some Youtube algorithm that benefits having longer videos? Why are most videos so long?
    • You are not going to stop using computers anytime soon, why not invest in your skills at the computer
    • Do people want to improve their skills?
      • How might someone stumble upon this?


”I spend a lot of time with my computer, but I love it. I think part of why I love it is that I’ve learned enough tricks along the way that I have for the most part gotten my computer out of the way of my thought process. [It’s basically an extension of me at this point.] I want other people to enjoy the time they spend with their devices as much as I do. That’s why I created a Youtube Channel where I chronicle my workflow experiments. What worked, what didn’t and the tricks I’ve learned along the way”

Why Me?

  • I’ve always been someone who was good with computers
  • I’m an engineer who knows deeply how computers function and can translate that understanding into easily understandable concepts
  • I’ve worked from home for the past 8 years and it has been incredibly rewarding for me, put my learnings from the past 8 years to use in your life.
  • I’m constantly experimenting and trying new things and keeping what works. Try out what I have been refining over the last 10+ years and see if it works for you.
  • I literally use a computer or iDevice most waking hours of my life. If it is good enough for me, it is likely good enough for you.