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Thursday, September 27, 2018
Productivity and Organizing - Resources, Tips and ideas for being more productive and organized
Productivity and Organizing -
Resources, Tips and ideas for being more productive and organized.
7 Habits of Highly Effective People-Outline, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People-Wikipedia
Great for every aspect of your life
Getting Things Done 5 Steps
I use this daily, especially with emails
Ben Franklin’s Daily Schedule
I love his philosophy and organization
Organizing Resources from this blog and some more
Get Organized - tips and resources for students, teachers, admin and more
My Workflow as CIO - includes heavy use of Evernote
Apps, Articles and Resources
Evernote Tips and Tricks Series (updated often)
Yes, I still use Evernote. Because it’s still the best way to get s**t done.
Introducing Templates, A Better Way to Make Notes
Google Keep and more tips
Outlook Tips from Microsoft, 13 Outlook Productivity & Organization Tips
10 Tips and Tricks That Will Make You a OneNote Ninja
11 Tips for Improving Productivity using OneNote
How to Master Microsoft Office OneNote
7-Step Prep: Make a Weekly Plan for YOU! Planning sheet under #3 is great
Project Management Guide for Beginners
Take a Moment and Assess Your Workspace for Productivity
My First Month Using A Paper Planner After A Decade Drowning In Apps
Full Focus Paper Planner
Weekly Momentum Planner (free printable download)
The Basics Notebook
Franklin Planner (I used these for years before moving to digital)
15 Habits That Will Totally Transform Your Productivity
How to be More Productive and Eliminate Time Wasting Activities by Using the “Eisenhower Box”
Find a system that works for you - paper based, digital, combination, etc.
Set reminders in digital apps - Calendar, Keep, Evernote, etc. to make sure you don't forget things.
Focus on your priorities.
Read and learn.