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Evernote: How to Master Evernote in 1 Hour & Getting Things Done Without Forgetting. ( An Essential Underground Guide To GTD In 7 Days Revealed! )

Evernote: How to Master Evernote in 1 Hour & Getting Things Done Without Forgetting. ( An Essential Underground Guide To GTD In 7 Days Revealed! )

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Evernote: How to Master Evernote in 1 Hour & Getting Things Done Without Forgetting. ( An Essential Underground Guide To GTD In 7 Days Revealed! )

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Länge:
48 Seiten
37 Minuten
Freigegeben:
29. Sept. 2013
ISBN:
9781630221683
Format:
Buch

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How To Master Evernote in 1 Hour & Getting Things Done Without Forgetting is a guidebook for the practical application of Evernote into every corner of your life. Whether you are...-A student struggling with reams of lecture notes, references, and recordings of talks-A journalist who needs to compile ideas, log interviews, and communicate on the move -A busy individual who wants to keep and share photos, store business cards and notes "Evernote is your new, virtual filing cabinet." What's included in Master Evernote in 1 Hour?-Evernote Quick set tricks and tips, Evernote tweaks and mods, Evernote clipping and searching, Evernote mobile and bonus tips and an Evernote cheat sheet . In addition, this book also help you to become more productive by using Evernote® and implementing best practices tied to the wildly popular Getting Things Done® (GTD®) methodology developed by The David Allen Company. My easy-to-follow guide will enable you to make better decisions about how to organize your life in the electronic world.
Freigegeben:
29. Sept. 2013
ISBN:
9781630221683
Format:
Buch

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Introduction

If you want to maximize productivity, free your mental space of things to remember and store humungous data in a single storage area, Evernote is the best platform to have. Users say that the app is incredibly useful and can be learned in a matter of hours.

Evernote’s brilliance shows up once a user uses it as his default webclip/bookmark, recipe box, app, repository of all reference materials, and so on. You’ll feel it’s great to have all information neatly indexed and easy to search across all system platforms.

The discussion here is meant to introduce you to Evernote. You’d first feel overwhelmed with the details but with helpful guidance you’ll enjoy going through the learning curve and incorporating it to your Getting Things Done (GTD) app.

The learning task can be done in a matter of hours, but if you give it more of a focus, it will take only one hour to master, so let’s start.

I. What Is the Getting Things Done System?

This exploration is for those who, for some reason of their own, have not yet taken advantage of the Getting Things Done system. The system is designed to increase people’s productivity in the office and in their personal lives. It is a method of managing one’s time, a method that is also called as the GTD method.

The method is based on the assumption that to-do smaller tasks and bigger things like projects can be moved out of the mind to be recorded externally into notes. This allows one to break these tasks and see them as more actionable work pieces.

The method benefits mainly by freeing the user of the need to recall details of tasks and allowing them to focus on doing actions on the tasks at hand.

David Allen, author of the GTD system, believes that prioritizing tasks play a major role in the management of time. Allen developed the system with the belief that implementing perspective and control is the ultimate key to maximizing productivity. He constructed a process of workflow that makes it possible for anyone to gain control over commitments and tasks.

To improve on the area of perspective, he built a system that allows one to focus on six horizons or levels of doing things.

This horizon system is based on the idea of an airplane taking off from the ground. The first focus is compared

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    full of grammatical errors; could have used an editor