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The more I look at people I view as successful the more it becomes clear that it’s about setting a clear vision, deciding on what needs to change, then putting daily habits in place to make things happen.
Here are some tips from Chase Jarvis, a visionary photographer, director and co founder of CreativeLive.
I’m a big fan of digital products like Evernote and Nozbe to help manage my day but sometimes I feel like I just need a pen and paper. Here’s an interesting system that could be system to help bridge the gap
I a big fan of using Evernote to digitally store almost everything that I may ever need to recall. Good idea, restaurants I want to visit, meeting notes, etc. One limitation of Evernote is it’s lack of simultaneous editing of notes. Fortunately now, LiveMinutes helps to solve that problem as well as gives you a central location to work on projects with your team. You can put all your team content in a central workspace: build todo-lists, share documents, annotate visuals, run conference calls (perfect for teams on the go), all in one place.
You can get started with LiveMinutes FREE until December. Check it out today.
Success comes in many forms. Those that are seen as super successful are really just as normal as the rest of us except that they do a few important things well more often than not.
“Productivity” Tricks for the Neurotic, Manic-Depressive, and Crazy Like Me. ~ By Tim Ferriss
I am a big fan of productivity. Probably more than actually being productive I like to try out new productivity apps and methods. After testing almost every app on the market, I finally settled on Nozbe. It perfectly follows a Getting Things Done methodology. And does so simply without having to come up with work arounds or being so cumbersome that you don’t want to use.
Here is a short introductory video on how to use the app:
If you would like to get started with Nozbe yourself, you can try it out for free here.
The free version only allows 5 Projects or Categories so you will likely want to upgrade but it is well worth it. Also, if you are planning or working together with a team, the ability to delegate and keep track of tasks is a nice feature.
Lastly, if you want to learn more about Getting Things Done, Nozbe’s founder, Michael Sliwinski, has put together a nice course that explains the basics.
Comment below with your favorite productivity app and why you like it.