For many people, email rules their life.
It dictates their daily actions. It takes up as much of their time as it wants.
It follows them wherever they go. After work. In bed. And when they wake up.
Is it all really that important?
Maybe it’s time to demote your email.
Today’s post is for bloggers.
Or those wanting to be blogging…. but saying that they “don’t have enough time.”
Today, I share my workflow to help you maximize your own blogging productivity.
The workflow is really quite simple…
Capture Idea -> Write Post in Markdown -> Paste into WordPress -> Publish.
Let’s take a deeper look.
Not long ago, I had to replace my iMac. (See here…)
At the time, I wrote about the apps that I installed on my new Mac to get it up and running. 19 of them to be specific.
Today, I want to share 9 more apps to make your Mac more productive.
Do you sleep with your smartphone? (Or iPad?)
Is the last thing you do before bed to check email or your social networks?
Have you considered that you might be having an affair… with your phone?
I haven’t worn a watch in years.
My phone has been my timepiece of choice for a long time.
However, the Pebble smartwatch changed all of that this past week.
Would you wear a watch that integrates with your phone for calls and messages?
Recently, I had to move to a new Mac.
My old one was near end-of-life. It was over 5 years old.
That’s pretty old in computer years.
(Apple doesn’t even support it for OS upgrades any more.)
Here are the 19 apps I installed to get my new Mac ready to get work done.
The mythical empty inbox.
Also known as inbox zero.
For many, it is as imaginary as the unicorn.
Often talked about, but never really seen.
What would it take to get your inbox to empty?
Social media can be a large time-waster.
Many people spend much of their day tweeting, liking, and posting status updates.
It has forever changed the way the world communicates.
Yet, as much as it can waste time, it can also be a great productivity booster.
Are you using social media for productivity or procrastination?
It seems that our information is spread across an ever-expanding number of devices.
From computers to smartphones to tablets, home to work, and more.
How do you keep your information organized and in sync?
Today, I want to share 12 apps that effortlessly keep me in sync no matter where I am.
Do you avoiding looking at your email?
Do you let it pile up until you never see the bottom of your inbox?
Emptying your inbox is an important task that helps you avoid missing important items.
Do you know what is lurking in your inbox?