Life Manager Pro
Life Manager Pro
5.2

1.0

Life Manager Pro free download for Mac

Life Manager Pro

5.2
29 July 2011

Unique implementation of the GTD approach to managing your life.

Overview

Life Manager Pro is a unique implementation of the Getting Things Done approach to managing your life that will transform the way you lead your life.

Life Manager Pro is your digital personal assistant that will make sure that you take back control of your life and get things done.

Using Life Manager Pro as your digital organizer you will find that: You get more things done in a day. You free up valuable time. You always feel in control.

A major cause of stress is feeling out of control in your life. With Life Manager Pro you will take back control and feel much more relaxed.

Life Manager Pro is a program that runs on Windows or Mac systems. It consists of several modules that connect and relate to each other to from a comprehensive system to manage your life.

  • Module1: The Head Box - Capture, Clarify and Organize In this module you collect or capture all the various bits of information that are in your head.
  • Module 2: Vision - Do you have a vision for your life? Do you have principles and values on which you base your life? Do you have dreams and visions for your life?
  • Module 3: Goals - Most people have goals in their life, but few write them down. This module focuses your mind on what exactly your goals are.
  • Module 4: Projects - Track all your projects.
  • Module 5: Actions - Visions, dreams and goals are not completed by themselves. They all need actions, the steps that get you from where you are now to where you want to be.
  • Module 6: Contacts - The contacts module keeps a record of all your contacts and the actions that they have done to help you.
  • Module 7: Calendar - View your calendar by the month, week or day and quickly see details or all your meetings and appointments.
  • Module 8: Resources/Reference - To get things done requires resources and reference materials.
Specially configured to run on netbooks and from a USB memory stick.

What's new in Life Manager Pro

Version 5.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

9 Life Manager Pro Reviews

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Bumbleb
02 August 2010

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Yet another GTD based app. Why oh why? David Allen created a cult called GTD - based on false assumptions and dogmas that, because they're unattainable ideals, creates a movement of disciples, who are never fully "there" yet. Hence, still hooked, and on the lookout for the fix, because they feel they need a fix. They don't - they should just create a system that works for them, instead of trying to "do GTD" which is only good for making you a miserable robot. Let's have some software that is NON-GTD that offers other solutions than GTD. Why are there zero Franklin/Covey based apps? What about some AutoFocus apps? Do-it-tomorrow apps? Apps for people with ADHD-issues? It's all GTD, GTD, GTD. It is not the holy grail of productivity. that's just what David Allen made it seem like.
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Version 2.2
Liamdillon
21 January 2011
I genuinely mean no offense, but we used a similar app in our software design class to demonstrate how not to build software. Hopefully the pending UI overhaul will provide some more value to users who've already paid the $49.
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Version 4.0
jmwbowen
28 December 2010
Not a "real" application. This is a Filemaker database turned into a run-time application, hence the Windows / OS X functionality. As far as I can tell, there is no mobile version, which really negates any usefulness of this app. Compared to other productivity apps (Omnifocus, Things, or the awesome TheHitList), this program is HORRIBLE!! The interface is extremely un-mac-like and stressed me out just looking at it. The price is crazy, even at a discount. Look for The Hitlist (in Beta form, abandoned software for the most part, but fully functional, supremely awesome, and free since it's still in beta). Unfortunately, there's no mobile version of The Hitlist since it's been abandoned.
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Version 4.0
Bumbleb
02 August 2010
Yet another GTD based app. Why oh why? David Allen created a cult called GTD - based on false assumptions and dogmas that, because they're unattainable ideals, creates a movement of disciples, who are never fully "there" yet. Hence, still hooked, and on the lookout for the fix, because they feel they need a fix. They don't - they should just create a system that works for them, instead of trying to "do GTD" which is only good for making you a miserable robot. Let's have some software that is NON-GTD that offers other solutions than GTD. Why are there zero Franklin/Covey based apps? What about some AutoFocus apps? Do-it-tomorrow apps? Apps for people with ADHD-issues? It's all GTD, GTD, GTD. It is not the holy grail of productivity. that's just what David Allen made it seem like.
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Version 2.2
Davebarnes
13 March 2010
I only spent about 5 minutes playing with Life Manager Pro and then I zapped it. Why? The interface. I was immediately reminded of bdContacts which I also rejected because of its interface. My problem is that I expect GTD software to look like Things. By look like, I mean: the overall appearance, the icon, the subtle shading, the simplicity. I expect calendar software to look like BusyCal. Life Manager Pro might be a great product. I just can't get past the ugly look and feel.
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Version 2.2
Jburniche
29 January 2010
Yeah, I'm really having trouble getting past the interface. I can deal with the plain look, but the controls move around from screen to screen, making me work harder to understand what is going on. This software seemed like a great idea, but the usability issues make this discouraging to learn.
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Version 2.2
Acuraice
26 January 2010
F U both!
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Version 2.2
Acuraice
25 January 2010
You people are crazy! The interface is totally fine, for us less demanding people. It is clean and free from distraction, like any other mac program i have used for years. I appreciate all the hard work that goes into a program like this and look forward to trying out this product and hopefully implementing it into my daily life to add some relief from confusion that arises daily from misorganization. Keep up the good work Life Manager Pro team!
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Version 2.2
2 answer(s)
Ang
Ang
25 January 2010
Completely disagree... Are you blind or are you the developper of this "software" ? This "software" is a big filemaker form... Nothing more. And no problem about the horrible icons...no problem about the incredible logicla of the buttons... once at the top, and once at the bottom. Compare the omni software or the excellent the hit list and this big form. No way for this form
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Version 2.2
Solosaint
Solosaint
26 January 2010
yeah, it looks like a windows app... just MHO
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Version 2.2
Blodwyn
20 December 2009
Doesn't appear to integrate the contacts with Address Book, or the Calendar with iCal. Couldn't see any way to import/export contacts and calendar. Also no apparent support for repeating actions, and no iPhone app to sync with. I didn't give a rating in case I'm wrong on these points, but I downloaded and tried it, and couldn't see how to do any of the above. I know it's got the whole vision and goals thing going for it, but without these basic functions it's hard to see it making any headway against OmniFocus, Things, THL, etc. Also they say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but to this beholder this is one fugly application. Looks like a port from Windows and kind of like Oracle, with some funky icons.
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Version 2.0
Anon-Bud
20 December 2009
I really mean no offense in what I am about to write: For the life of me I cannot understand why anyone would write an application for the Mac in 2009 that is so extremely ugly. The color scheme is distracting beyond belief. Even for something that is written as a Filemaker app, this is just plain horrible. I cannot comment on the actual usefulness of the app simply because I could not get beyond the interface, much of which is simply unreadable because of the color scheme. I'm not giving a rating on this, for there may in fact be some people out there who may find Life Manager Pro a useful product!
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Version 2.0
4 answer(s)
Topgun
Topgun
21 December 2009
I didn't download this program to try exactly because of its 'face'. After switching to Mac, I became more esthetically demanding for programs. If to be more specific, I can say that Projector is a really awesome example of a nice looking program. It doesn't fit all of my needs to process and represent information but I just love using it for lot's of colors and well-planned comfortable interface. However, I will be happy to use Life Manager if it looks like typical mac applications: iTunes, Pages, Numbers etc. p.s. don't perceive this comment as an ad for Projector, please. This is an attempt to give an objective feedback to the developer only. Thank you.
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Version 2.0
Anon-Bud
Anon-Bud
21 December 2009
Interesting. I chose OmniFocus over Projector because it's got a much nicer gui. Different strokes, I guess!
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Version 2.0
Anon-Bud
Anon-Bud
21 December 2009
Of course, I meant OmniPlan, not OmniFocus (though I do have OF as well!)
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Version 2.0
Steveguy
Steveguy
23 December 2009
Hi, this is Steve Williamson, developer of Life Manager Pro. Thanks for this useful feedback. The colourful interface was decided at the development phase of the program after suggestions from beta testers. After releasing the program there have been several criticisms of the interface, but some users like it. After much thought, a decision has been made to completely redo the interface to make it more Mac like. The update will also allow syncing with the Mac address book. This update has been finished but is being tested for bugs. It will be released in the New Year. Please download it then and hopefully you will see the program in a more favourable light. There are plans to create an iphone app next year that will sync with Life Manager Pro.
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Version 2.0
$29.95

1.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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