We all want to be more productive, in business and in life. And when you use some of the best productivity apps, you get to streamline business processes, get more work done, and collaborate with your team. Of course, when you’re more productive at work, this means you and your team can balance your work and life responsibilities a little easier. Win!
This post was originally published on February 10, 2019 and updated on March 23, 2020. As you transition to remote working, use these digital tools to stay focused and productive.
If you’re like many modern-day business owners and CEOs, you probably find yourself working from your home from time to time — maybe even from the garage like several famous startups. That means that you’ll likely need some tech tools to transform your workspace into a well-functioning digital home office — one that you can rely on to help you consistently get things done.
Keep reading to learn about seven essentials you need to get started.
If you’re planning on writing a book or an extensive blog series, you’ve probably already realized that you’ll need some help capturing and organizing your thoughts and content. Enter stage left: Evernote.
Evernote is an excellent tool for writers. Keep reading to learn why.
Evernote is a pretty powerful app that you can use in many ways on both the personal and business fronts. Simply put, Evernote can help you remember everything — but it can do much more.
This post was updated again on March 3, 2020! Jump down to #7 to get the deets on the new app!
If you’re a freelancer, consultant, or coach, you’ll need to rely on systems to keep track of your clients and projects — and to simply get stuff done. One of the most helpful things you can to increase your productivity is to use a combination of people and technology, including apps. For example, you might use a productivity app or a suite of apps to help you stay on top of your freelance game.
Did you know that a tickler file can help boost your productivity? You can create the old school version or set up an Evernote tickler file instead.
And, since small business owners tend to manage a wide variety of tasks, having a system that “tickles” your memory can be pretty important. Keep reading to get started.
This post is about why I love Evernote and why I think you will, too. But, first, a little background …
You already know how much I like using Evernote. It’s a great tech tool that can help you manage a myriad of projects.
Well, it turns out that the nice folks over at Evernote like me, too! As part of the Evernote’s Summer to Unclutter series, they invited me (as well as a few other professional organizers) to write a guest blog post on how the application can help reduce clutter. Now, how you use Evernote and how I use it may differ, but the results will likely still the be same: greater productivity and less time spent searching for important information.