I currently use Hazel to automate the management of my receipts (check out this post for tips on how to get started with Hazel and document automation). I pay for a number of services like […]
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I love automating different processes using my Mac. In my opinion, if you can make your computer take on more of the heavy lifting and automate repetitive tasks, you can drastically improve how quickly you […]
I love geeking out when it comes to Mac apps and optimising how I use my computer. Earlier this year I started listening to the Mac Power Users podcast and this has only fuelled my […]
There’s a tonne of advice out there around how to be more productive and get more done. Below are my top tips to help you to stay organised, plan better and be more productive!
“If This, Then That” (IFTTT) is an awesome little app that helps you to save time and automate many aspects of your online life. The idea behind the app is simple; you can set up “recipes” which trigger an action when something happens. For example, if you change your Facebook profile picture, you can set the app to update your Twitter profile picture as well. With just a couple of recipes set up you can save loads of time, leaving you free to focus on the important stuff.
The premise of Growth Hacker Marketing is that exponential growth as seen from the likes of Dropbox, Instagram and Facebook is not down to luck and it hasn’t come from traditional forms of marketing. Their […]