I am enjoying The MacSparky Labs so much. I’ve traded all the time I used to spend being a lawyer to generate additional content, and let me tell you, this is a lot more fun than that. Below is a list of the content in the Labs from June. I’d love for you to join me.
2022-06-30 – Deep Dive on Mid-Year Planning (Level 3)
2022-06-29 – Text Capture via Shortcut (Levels 1-3)
2022-06-28 – Rethinking Email, Part 1 (Levels 2-3)
2022-06-27 – Mid-Year Reflection Planning and Review Podcast (Levels 1-3)
2022-06-26 – Video previews for Early Access Subscribers (Level 3)
2022-06-26 – Mid-Year Planning and Reflection Session Details (Level 3)
2022-06-24 – The Lab Report (Levels 1-3)
2022-06-23 – Triggering a Focus Mode via Calendar Event (Level 3)
2022-06-22 – iPad Status Board, Part 2 (Levels 1-3)
I’m starting a five-part webinar series this Friday for the Shortcuts for Mac Field Guide, Plus Edition customers. If you signed up for that course you should have received an email with a sign-up link. I’ve also added the sign-up link to the course under the “Shortcuts Webinars” Section. Let me know if you have any problems.
The Webinars will be new materials on Shortcuts for Mac. All of the webinars will be edited and added to the course. So if you can’t make the webinars, you’ll still get all the content as part of the Shortcuts For Mac Field Guide, Plus Edition content.
I’m behind on my email, which made me rethink my email practices and how I can improve them. This is no less than my quest for email serenity. I’ve decided to do this as a series for the MacSparky Labs. Here’s the first entry talking about the problem, potential solutions, and some trouble areas where a specific email can gum up the works. I also share diagrams of some of my email workflows…