Learn how a simple app can organize your life and help you start getting things done.
Are you struggling with being organized? Do you have too much to do? Tired of forgetting important ideas or reminders? The truth is we're surrounded by so much "noise" (ideas, TV, social media, and advertising) that it's hard to slow down and keep track of the truly important things. One way to fix this problem? The Evernote app.
Evernote: the solution to "life clutter".
Once upon a time, you needed a complex filing cabinet system and great organizational skills to keep up with all your "life clutter". And often, you had to maintain a series of notebooks to remember important facts, thoughts, and random pieces of information. With Evernote, those days are now in the past. What you get with this tool is the perfect idea capture mechanism and a place to store every important thought, document, or future plan. You'll learn how to do all these things in the audiobook Master Evernote: The Unofficial Guide to Organizing Your Life with Evernote.
In this audiobook, you'll discover how to make Evernote an essential part of your everyday life. Not only will you learn the basics of this tool, you'll also get a framework to develop the "Evernote Habit" for organizing your daily activities. Not only will you learn the basics, you'll also discover a wide range of advanced tools and tactics. Plus you'll get 75 ideas for getting started with Evernote. You will learn:
Four Reasons to Use Evernote
Basic Features Like: Notes, Notebooks, Stacks, and Tags
Five Steps for Organizing Your Life with Notebooks
Tagging: Why Is It Important and Seven Best Practices
Advanced Tools Including OCR, Automated Email Deliver, IFTTT Recipes, and Web Clipper
Why "Evernote Search" is the Secret to Simple Organization
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I think Steve Scott is hysterical . . . .
- Bill T.
Very dense overview of the reason on Evernotes
This is a 'quick' how to understand the concepts and different ways to use Evernote. It goes very quickly into the specifics of how to use each part of the program, that fundamentally works like most programs these days (copy, filter/search, click on the icons....). What this couple hour book excels in is running through a quick list of ideas of how to use Evernote to organize your world. Almost a brainstorm with a little flushing out of the many ways the program/system can be used to be more effective.
I appreciate that it spends a fair amount of time referencing and integrating the concepts of Getting Things Done (GTD) by David Allen with this set of tools.
- Technologist for Too Long