The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
Evernote is an elegant tool that helps you stay informed and organized, wherever you are. We’ve written about Evernote before on The Time Finder. For keeping track of notes, clipping news, recipes, you-name-it from the web, and sharing it all across platforms, Evernote is a flexible, user-friendly, and very popular tool. (And don’t forget Evernote Clearly, for making web-based documents much more readable as you browse.)
Of course, from a time perspective, ease of use is always a plus. But when productivity tools are also fun, the potential to lose time while using them always exists. So I advise you to pull out a timer or use one of your time tracking tools while using/exploring Evernote. Otherwise, you may find yourself “coming to” with the morning half gone!
Here’s a video that gives a quick overview of some of the enhancements now available on the Mac version of Evernote:
And after you explore this time-saving and wonderfully flexible tool, I have an important question for you:
I ask because the nagging voice of self criticism is one of the biggest time traps that holds creative, talented, energetic people back and keeps them from living their fullest lives and attaining success.
It’s a huge problem, and that’s why I am thrilled to announce that today marks the launch of my new Exercise and Guide Book titled, “‘These Critical Voices Are Driving Me Crazy!’ How to Use Positive Self-Talk to Save Your Sanity and Your Time!” offers proven techniques and practical tips to quiet those disruptive, haunting and hostile voices of self-criticism.
We really can make conscious choices about the kinds of messages that we give ourselves. And as an added bonus when you purchase this Exercise and Guide Book you can quickly get back your investment. You’ll find all the details at the end of the Guide Book.
So, this Exercise and Guide Book gives you a step-by-step path to take back your power and quiet the self-criticism that saps your confidence, your energy, and your time.
Don’t let those hurtful voices hold you hostage! Click the link to get started!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I have no material connection with Evernote and have not received any compensation for sharing this content.