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TPS5: Organize Your Life with Apps and Technology with Deron Bos

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Deron Bos

Zachary talks physical & digital organization with Deron Bos of Bos Organization. They discuss the story behind one of our favorite Mac apps (Hazel), Getting Things Done, and some of Deron’s favorite apps.

Links

The Ultimate Guide to Transforming your Old iPhone into a Kid’s Dream iPod Touch
Hazel
Hazel’s inspiration
Evernote
Dropbox
Zachary’s paperless article: Think going paperless is hard work? Think again. Here’s how I showed my 56-year-old dad go paperless.
Getting Things Done by David Allen
Merlin Mann interviews David Allen
Deron’s post on 1Password
1Password
Lastpass

Gustave Flaubert – “Be regular and orderly in your life, so that you may be violent and original in your work.”

National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO)
BusyCal
Sunrise
Fantastical
Wild by Sheryl Straid
Tweetbot – Mac | iPhone
Back to Work podcast
Quickcast
Eat That Frog

Bos Organization – Deron’s Free Paperless Guide
@bosorganization – Deron’s Twitter handle

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3 Comments

Posted by Dave  | March 23, 2015 at 11:44AM | Reply

The download link indeed downloads a file, but it has zero bytes. I got good download of podcast 1 – welcome, 2- journaling, 3-Travel, 4-Contexts, but when I tried 5 – organization, I get a zero byte file.

Same result for 6-supplements, 8-TheOneThing and 10-iOS apps. I have not attempted any higher than 10. I figure 10 podcasts will hold me over for a week of travel.

I spend very little time connected to the internet, so I have to download to an mp3 player and listen later.

Thanks.

Posted by Lisa  | January 8, 2015 at 3:09PM | Reply

Hi,

I am happy to listen to this series of podcasts.
I would like to ask if you could include transcripts of the podcasts? It would be appreciated very much because it would help so much to understand them.

Keep up the great work! :)

Posted by Thanh Pham  | January 9, 2015 at 2:50PM

Hi Lisa I’m happy to hear you like the podcast. We don’t have transcripts at the moment.

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