Laura and I love finding good shows to watch on Netflix. Some shows seem to include unnecessary junk. That’s where VidAngel comes in handy. With VidAngel, you no longer have to accept the unacceptable in movies and TV. VidAngel provides a way to skip or mute things you don’t want to see or hear in movies and TV shows.
I recently re-discovered this app. As of this writing, version 2 comes out for the Mac. I downloaded a preview copy of the new version and it’s fantastic. It reminds me of the Bullet Journal, but in a digital format.
The goal of this app is to spend less time planning and more time doing — and it has delivered that promise for me. I can pre-plan my week and assign tasks to the appropriate day of the week. I can quickly track my progress through the day and include notes from relevant meetings.
Wait to download the Mac app on May 21, 2019. I believe there is a free trial.
If you’re a pen and paper kind of person, check out Michael Hyatt’s Full Focus Planner. This is my paper planner of choice. Michael designed the planner using his Free to Focus framework. One of the most helpful disciplines baked into this planner is the Weekly Preview. With it, I’m able to evaluate the previous week and then plan the week ahead, identifying My Big 3 tasks for the week. This simple step adds great focus to my week. The planner comes with access to over a dozen short videos chocked full of helpful tips and tricks.
A Quote I’ve Been Pondering
“The sins of the flesh are bad, but they are the least bad of all sins. All the worst pleasures are purely spiritual: the pleasure of putting other people in the wrong, of bossing and patronising and spoiling sport, and back-biting, the pleasures of power, of hatred. For there are two things inside me, competing with the human self which I must try to become. They are the Animal self, and the Diabolical self. The Diabolical self is the worse of the two. That is why a cold, self-righteous prig who goes regularly to church may be far nearer to hell than a prostitute. But, of course, it is better to be neither. “ — Excerpt from Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
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