How To Check If Your OmniFocus Projects Have An Evernote Page Automatically Using Keyboard Maestro

Large projects usually have both a series of tasks associated with them and some kind of documentation. I use different applications to work with these two different kinds of project information because each application is designed specifically for one thing and is the best tool for that job. OmniFocus is great for task management but not designed for documentation. Evernote is great for documentation but not as good at handling tasks as a dedicated task management app like OmniFocus. 

Using two applications to handle project information creates a problem though. How do I tell if I have documentation for all my projects in OmniFocus? Or, how can I tell if I have an OmniFocus project for all my Evernote project pages. I have to compare the list of projects in OmniFocus and the list in Evernote to see what is missing.

MIT has a very nice webpage for comparing lists here. Using this webpage, the workflow is as follows:

  1. Select all live projects in OmniFocus and export the list to the MIT webpage
  2. Select all live projects in Evernote and export the list to the MIT webpage
  3. Compare the lists and see what is missing from either list.

That sounds simple, but is quite time consuming and requires a lot of individual steps. For this reason, I wrote a macro in Keyboard Maestro to do it all automatically. In case you are interested, each step is outlined below:

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The Limit Breaker Interview: How To Retire At 38 By Starting And Selling A Startup, With Jake Desyllas

Fumnanya Bernard took quite a bit of an effort to get in touch with Jake due to the lifestyle he’s living right now. Today on “The Limit Breaker Show”, Fumnanya got Jake to share his work experiences and the reasons why he started and sold his business.

Listening to this episode of The Limit Breaker show is sure going to help crush those frustrating limits of working a job to starting your own business.
— The Limit Breaker Podcast

Listen to the interview here.

Source: http://thelimitbreaker.com/retire-38-start...

World Wanderers Podcast Interview

The Path to Permanent Travel & Minimalism with Jake Desyllas

Do you want to travel permanently? Are you wondering what to do with your stuff? Are you considering selling all your stuff?

On this episode of the podcast, Jake Desyllas from The Voluntary Life shares what it was like to sell everything and move to Panama. Jake shares how he sold a business, an apartment, and all of his clothing and stuff, except one bag. If you’re feeling stressed at the thought of that, you are not alone!

Jake shares what it has been like to live with less, and what the path to permanent travel has been like, including what has been done and what still needs to be done. He tells us what life has been like in Panama, and the pros and cons to life on the road.

Source: http://www.theworldwanderers.com/general-t...