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Busy

Busy vs Productive: There is a Difference & How to Make the Shift

Does any of this sound familiar to you?

You’re up with the dawn, ready to start another day. You have a huge to-do list with some really important items on it that you have to get done.
You rush around all day, barely stopping for a bite of lunch. Then, when your workday is finally over, you realize there are still important items on your list you didn’t finish.
But how can that be? You rushed around like crazy all day. You wasted no time. How is it possible the most important things on your list didn’t get done?
Feeling tired and defeated, you decide there just aren’t enough hours in a day.

CloudSearch

Is Your Business Vulnerable to Cloud-based Service Interruptions?

The other day I had a rude awakening. I realized just how vulnerable I am: how vulnerable we all are, really.

Inbox-Zero

How to Get to Inbox Zero Every Day

Ask any business person what their biggest frustration is, and chances are you’ll find email at the top of their list. Receiving and processing email can add a huge burden to an already overstuffed day.

In my day job, I receive up to 100 emails per day. This adds up to 500 emails per week and 2000 emails per month. Just imagine having this in your physical mailbox. Insane, right?

Integration

There’s No ALL-IN-ONE App. Here’s How You Can Fix That.

The more we rely on our computers, tablets, and phones to communicate, do our work, and collaborate with others, the more we see areas where we could use a good app.

Apps help us solve problems in our work and daily lives by focusing on a specific function, and doing it exceptionally well.

An app like a ToDoist or Things 3, which both are all-around scheduling and task management tools, can help you keep all of your projects and appointments neatly organized. It’s just two examples of the many highly useful apps people download and use every day to make going paperless easy.

Apps are cloud compatible, cost-effective, portable, and easy to sync across all of your devices.
And as more and more business apps become available, you’ll find that you want to use more than one to organize and manage your workflow.

Meeting with Laptops

Don´t Make This Etiquette Mistake At Your Next Business Meeting

As tech gets better, laptops seem to get smaller, lighter, and faster. This makes it easier than ever to bring one along to a business meeting to take notes. But are they welcome?

The general consensus in company culture is, no.

A quick online search will bring up articles and debates about proper note taking etiquette in business meetings. And the etiquette guides say laptops in meetings are a no-go.

Confused

App Overwhelm And The Myth of Multitasking

Apps are terrific for creating order in your personal life and in your workflow.

In our quest to go paperless, apps play a vital role by giving us ways to complete our work, store our documents, collaborate with others, and work across multiple devices, all without using paper.

You can find apps to help you preserve family photos, convert documents to PDF, annotate, take notes by hand, convert handwritten notes to text, manage email, create calendars, keep task lists, and so much more!

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