I get asked often which apps I use to stay productive.
Today, I thought I would share my current productivity toolkit.
It changes from time-to-time as I am always testing new tools. (And of course, sharing them with you…)
Do you take notes across multiple platforms and devices?
Are you frustrated with the ability to create documents on your mobile?
I want to share how I write, take notes, and even blog on the go, no matter what platform I am using.
It’s called Markdown, and it’s a simple text-based method for writing your ideas. (Markdown experts can skip to below.)
Perhaps you’ve heard of Markdown, but didn’t know how to get started or use it. Or maybe you wrote it off as too complex, or only for web programmers.
Today, I will show you how easy Markdown is to use and how it can save you time.
Have you ever been in presentation that goes on and on?
Perhaps, it had more slides than Wikipedia has topics.
Or fancy graphs and animations that served to hypnotize the audience in a non-question asking lull.
The dreaded Death by PowerPoint.
Are you constantly fighting your email inbox?
Trying to keep your head above the email flood waters?
Today, I want to share one of the top tools that I use to manage my inbox.
It can help you gain some sanity with your inbox.
How are meetings in your organization?
Do they need better planning? Better agendas? And better follow up?
If so, you are not alone. Most companies struggle with this issue.
Today, I want to share a great tool that makes it easier to run great meetings.
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.