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If you’re navigating a busy life, (and who isn’t these days?) you need some kind of a system to plan and organize your tasks and events.
Traditionally, paper planners have been the tool of choice when it comes to planning and staying on track. They offer calendars and spaces to take notes, at minimum. And they get more fancy from there, including color-coding and stickers to help further organize a multifaceted schedule.
Paper has been a major part of work life since we traded the horse and plow for business attire. When it came to productivity, the person who had a good system for mastering the stacks and piles of paper was the most productive worker.
But the master of the “day planner” is at a disadvantage when it comes to productivity in the workplace of today.
If you’re working in an office that runs primarily on paper, you’re at a disadvantage. And that disadvantage will only get worse as time goes by. As companies convert to paperless processes, it will get more difficult for paper-only offices to keep up the pace.
Thanks to the effectiveness and efficiency of paperless technology, the competition will have more efficient processes, better customer service, quicker communication, faster document processing, more efficient billing, and on and on and on.
You might remember that I was showing you the MyScript handwriting calculator app back in 2018 on YouTube.
Just recently Microsoft published a free app, that can do even more!
Watch the video to learn more.
In today’s world, life moves fast.
We all seem to be searching for better ways to get things done so we can have more time and still be productive.
When we decide to focus on increasing productivity, there are two other words we need to consider to help us get the most out of optimizing our performance.
These words are effectiveness and efficiency.