Implementing GTD with Evernote: Learn how to merge the Getting Things Done concept with Evernote by Jonathan Baker

How to use Evernote

Implementing gtd with evernote: learn how to merge the getting things done concept with evernote

Learn how to get the most out of GTD and Evernote.

Getting Things Done®, or GTD®, is a time management methodology created by productivity consultant David Allen. GTD is one of the most popular and effective techniques you can use to take control of your to-do list and increase your productivity. GTD not only helps you to complete the tasks and projects at hand, but also helps you move toward the bigger goals in your life.

Evernote® is a software application that was originally designed to take and archive notes. These notes can be text, web pages, voice memos, pictures, and more. Evernote is great for storing all types of information, and it makes it easy to organize and find your data.

With a little know-how provided in this book you can marry Evernote and GTD together to create a powerful productivity enhancing machine. Using Evernote and GTD will allow you to organize your work and personal life in electronic form. Since Evernote is available as a web application and on mobile devices, you can always have access to your tasks, projects, goals, and notes whenever and wherever you need them.

Genre: COMPUTERS / General

Secondary Genre: EDUCATION / General

Language: English


Word Count: 9761

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