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I use Evernote to keep track of nearly everything - it's my digital filing cabinet.  Here are ten quick tips on how you can use this powerful tool better. Get your unique Evernote email address and just forward stuff you want to save.Use keyboard shortcuts to copy and paste stuff into evernote fro ...
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I work from my home office a good bit, mostly to write and record content for church leaders in The Rocket Company family.  I did a video tour in case you're interested in that kind of thing.But no matter how you customize your work space, here are three things I believe every office needs. A w ...
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I don't claim to be an expert on organization, but I have learned a few things in the last 39 years about getting stuff done.  Here are four keys.1. Get it out of your head and on paper.Years ago, I read a book by David Allen called Getting Things Done. That book launched something of a move ...
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Evernote is one of my favorite tools. I clip and save notes from any device and they are accessible on all of my devices.  Evernote is powerful and Evernote is free. You can download it here.  And I highly recommend this unofficial users guide from Brett Kelly. Here are five new ways I'm using E ...
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Evernote.  Things.  And Dropbox.  Three tools I use to stay organized and synced.And like most people, I use email and a calendar program on a daily basis.  These round out my main tech tools.Email isn't really advanced technology, and there are many programs you can use. But here are a few thin ...
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No technology or organizational tool is perfect, and no tool on it's own will make much of a difference.  But when you learn to leverage tools properly, and stick with them over time, they can really help you stay organized and get stuff done.  So far, I've talked to you about Evernote and Things. ...
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There are a ton of tools that will help you track stuff, accomplish stuff, and organize stuff. But for most of us, tools mean nothing.Tools have the potential to be helpful helpful, but it's how you use them that really makes the difference. Said another way, the existence of tools doesn't build any ...
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One of my favorite organizational tools is a free program called Evernote.  It's simple,  powerful and free. Here's why I use it on a daily basis.When I see an good blog post, read an article I want to save, or come across anything I want to save, it goes into Evernote.All of my notes are synced a ...
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You started off with a dream, passion and vision, but the idea has quickly become mundane amid the pressures of the everyday.  You struggle to find time to do the things that you ought to do.  You know you should step back and work ON it, but it's tough to get ahead.A big reason why you feel the w ...
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Here's a weekly rundown of stuff I starred in Google reader, clipped into Evernote or favorited on Twitter.Bill Hybles informs the Willow Leadership Summit audience that Howard Shultz of Starbucks has cancelled his appearance due to Willow's stance on homosexuality.  I love how Hybles combined info ...
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Here's a quick list of some stuff I starred or clipped into EverNote this week.A while ago, I started drinking Diet coke, and studies continue to show that it's bad for you and actually lead to weight gain.Wired reports that they are certain that the universe is not a hologram. I wasn't aware there ...
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I'm writing down some thoughts on leadership...not because I am an expert, but because I'm trying to learn and get better.  Here's some things I've learned or am trying to put into play about time management.If I don't manage my time, then someone else will manage it for me.Put first things first. ...
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