It is likely you will test some as 5-7 different task management tools before you will decide to bet on one
Task management solution that really works for you is a life-saver, no-less. How to know which is the one?
Task management is the key to productivity. Controlling your tasks means controlling your projects, your business, and life. Yes, in so many words. Once you will find the tool that suits your requirement and working style you will know that too – a good task management solution might be considered as a life-saver.
This review is about the mind-set you need to have while searching for a task management tool.
For writing, planning, researching, accounting and finance and learning you need to stay focused for 2 hours. Think it’s easy?
Meet the distraction checklist and how to prepare your workspace to stay focused for working without interruptions
Need to stay focused, completely distraction-free, for a couple of hours? The tip is simple:
When you are going to concentrate on your work or studies, do not leave all the distractions open in front of you or beside you. They will steal your attention and time. Close everything, put the phone on mute mode and get in focus.
Understanding the difference between taking notes and note-taking is crucial for your productivity
Taking notes should be done in context and by conventions. Note-taking is free-style. You need different tools for each
How many apps are you using for taking notes? It depends on how many apps you have in your workflow. You take notes in your task management app, project management app, writing tool, maybe in your calendar too while preparing a meeting.
How many note-taking apps are you using? Probably one you chose carefully after testing a few. Evernote and Google Keep are two of the most well known note-taking apps.
Understanding the difference between taking notes and note-taking is crucial for your productivity.
The bottom line: A useful cost-effective website makes customers more willing to recommend, and becomes a generator of word-to-mouth marketing
Word-of-mouth marketing is the major explanation by small business owners for not having a website. What are they missing?
A survey from Australia brings an amazing information: Half of the small businesses do not have a website. Yes, the survey took place in 2018.
The survey was quoted in smartcompany.com.au.
You probably can guess the main excuse: “most of my new clients come from word-of-mouth marketing”.
Actually, 76% of the business owners that participated in the survey said that. Which means half of the business owners that do have a website might be thinking they don’t really need it.
Search your Asana workspaces, add new tasks on-the-go, curate bookmarks and paste images into your tasks
Install these Asana Chrome extensions to quickly add tasks and bookmarks and to paste images in tasks
Asana (asana.com) is one of the most popular task management tools in the world. Asana users have almost all they need to manage tasks and project within the app. What Asana does not give in the application, it allows by integration. So, basically, you do not need anything else to make the most out of Asana.
Yet, we recommend two Asana Chrome extensions that are essential for all Asana users and one more that might be essential for some.
Notion is making a buzz among productivity-gurus and advocates. The rising of Notion is emphasized while in the background Evernote is struggling
I Took Notion App to a Test-Drive and Became a Paying Customer
Notion (notion.so) shamelessly claims to be an All-in-One productivity app, something we all thought we will never hear again. Moreover, we trained ourselves to laugh and ignore when we see these forbidden words. Yet, Notion app, that is titling itself loudly as All-in-One, is getting a lot of attention and nobody laughs. On the contrary, we hear WOWs and moanings.
Regardless how you get the backbone collection, and what will be your selected tools, know the ingredients
The backbone collection of tools should come as ‘hardware software’. Checklist
The backbone collection is the first layer of software and utilities that are necessary for actually doing things in the digital space using your devices. It called ‘hardware software’ because it is common to see the backbone tools as part of the hardware and connectivity setup.