12-31-11 the year is coming to a close. Another year behind us. More personal data has piled up in our individual lives than we can possibly manage without a Continue reading
December 1st is upon us. Personal Information Management (PIM) tips for December.
1.) Pay your bills. Continue to automate your bill paying process
2.) Review and construct your financial planning moves in anticipation of year end.
3.) Start to gather Continue reading
This is a MUST Read regarding Personal Information Management (PIM)
Results of a survey conducted by Wakefield Research include the following (Note-1):
* 51% of Americans have experienced a computer crash where they lost ALL of their digital files.
* More than one-third (39%) admit they have never Continue reading
Keep personal information and work data separate! Here’s why.
Cisco Systems recent study data: “68% of employees and 71% of college students believe corporate devices should be used for Social Media and Personal use, too” See Note: 1
This is an understandable set of conclusions, and desires on the part of employees. But a very bad policy choice for both the companies and the individuals. Here’s why. Continue reading
How to: Manage your Phone – PIM training tip
Consider your phone as a very valuable tool in your Personal Information Management – PIM – strategy. It should also be considered to be a very dangerous and vulnerable access point for a lot of your critical data. If managed improperly, it is Continue reading
Birthdays: How to keep track of everyone’s birthday. Use your Personal Information Management PIM system
This is an easy to follow Tip. Add each Continue reading
Today is October 1st, the first day of a quarter. It is a significant day as it relates to personal information management. The first day of every quarter is a significant day as it relates to performing tasks to “Manage the Data Deluge”.
My goal is to coach individuals to get into a rhythmic routine they’ll follow. The first effort is Continue reading