The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
Today I’d like to share a nifty-looking free tool for combining files, along with two Chrome extensions that make Dropbox even more easy to use. And then last, but not least, I also have a bit of important Dropbox advice for you! (more…)
And de-cluttering gives you a boost whether your clutter is in your physical space, your mental space, or the nooks and crannies of your virtual world. No matter where it resides, clutter drains (more…)
At once entertaining and educational, both videos and podcasts offer lots of possibilities for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Whether you’re interested in sharing a story, a product, an (more…)
They range from Google search tricks that can be real time-savers, to some tools for syncing files, to a nifty text editor. So, let’s start exploring now! (more…)
If you are an Evernote user, and appreciate mindmapping as a tool for visualizing ideas, then Mohiomap may be a very useful tool for you to explore. (more…)
And whether you’re on your PC in your office, your laptop on vacation, or your iPhone or Android on a plane, your Gmail account is accessible. (more…)
The better you are able to manage your on-line time and activities, the more efficient and effective you’ll be – both at getting things done and at finding time for what matters most! (more…)
Visibility – or increased visibility – is what most bloggers are striving for. Whether we are blogging for business or for pleasure, visibility means that people are seeing what we write – and that’s a good thing.
So visibility is one of the primary goals that shapes how we set up our pages, create titles and (more…)
So, how do you feel about Google+? Are you puzzled by it? An enthusiastic user? If you haven’t (more…)
That’s because technology can save us mounds of time AND it can eat up untold moments, often without us really even being aware. So, starting a new year (or even a new month) with (more…)
The internet, some people (like Jonathan Franzen) believe, is ruining us.
In particular, Franzen cites Jeff Bezos, Amazon and the rise of self-publishing and e-books as a dire threat to the ‘serious writer’ – an august group which, presumably, includes himself but excludes (more…)