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I co-host the Fundamentally Broken podcast, a show about how Seth Clifford and I work through our ever-changing lives using evolving methodologies. It’s cathartic. It’s fulfilling. It’s vulgar. It’s our show.

I’ll often write of my task management, my helpful tips, and the things that are piquing my interest. I’m trying to better myself as a human, and might write about that from time to time as well. It’s all a process.

I am a husband, a proud father to 2 wonderful sons whom are 11 years apart, and have a fantastic puppy.

~T


Podcast Appearances

This is a running list of podcasts that I have appeared on (in no particular order):

Pocket Sized Podcast

First Draft

Final Draft

Diminished Capacity (I edited this one for them.)

Do By Friday

Tim Nahumck Teaches Max How to Use Drafts | Do By Friday on Patreon


 

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  1. Hey Tim,

    I now forwarded your excellent 2do article the third time, which is where I am obliged to say that I owe you a beer should you ever happen to visit Hannover, Germany ;-)…
    Of course, this now is the chance to comment on your writing, having used 2Do for quite a stretch now:

    – the major reason you’d want to sync through Reminders is the seamless integration with calendaring solutions like fantastical. You can also check off things there and timed tasks are displayed inline, taking the hassle out of checking both your schedule and your task list. The biggest issue with this solution is that one should not try to manipulate the tasks anywhere outside of 2do: since the app is saving a whole lot more into reminders than the Apple app is intended to hold, changes in Reminders or other apps like Desktop informant, Fantastical or BusyCal could effectively mess up your 2Do tasks. That said, checking off is always possible.

    However, I will keep reading your thoughts, now that I’ve found them helpful.

    All the best,

    Mat

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