Category Archives: Performance Support
In my back pocket, I carry a small Moleskine notebook* where I write notes as they occur to me. These notes may be from meetings, podcasts, books, or just random ideas I want to capture. Frankly, my notebook has been a mess, at least, until now. Yesterday, I tripped upon a method to help me stay on track better due to better note taking. We shall see how it works over the next couple of months. However, I was so excited about the discovery and potential that I wanted to share. Read the rest of this entry
But I was saved by a healing potion and ventured on. Let me explain. I have always been looking at different programs to help me stay on track and complete my to-do list. I just found a new program called HabitRPG. This program combines my desire to complete tasks and achieve goals with my love of playing games; I’m having a lot of fun getting things done. Read the rest of this entry
As I “write” this, I’m sitting somewhere between Louisville, Kentucky and Nashville, Tennessee on the highway I-65, I think. I was listening to a podcast this morning that was quite good. It was an Entrepreneurs on Fire episode – #1106. One of the issues they were talking about was “return on time” (ROT). So, let’s talk about this a little bit. Read the rest of this entry
A couple of days ago, I crossed over the 10 month threshold of my job as the Director of Enhanced-Technology Instruction (TEI) for Jamestown Community College. Since I joined JCC, the TEI team has been working through a number of applications and processes to find the best fit for our faculty and their needs. I thought I would take a moment to share what we are doing. Read the rest of this entry
Yesterday, I received a Varidesk for my office, and I am already in love with it. If you have been watching the news, you may have seen reports on the health hazards of sitting all day at work.
- Is Sitting the New Smoking?
- Too Much Sitting: The Population-Health Science of Sedentary Behavior
- Reducing Occupational Sitting Time and Improving Worker Health: The Take-a-Stand Project, 2011
- “Thinking on your feet”: A qualitative evaluation of sit-stand desks in an Australian workplace