On a recent episode of Mac Power Users, hosts David and Katie talked through the in’s and outs of using Hazel to automatically organise and sort your documents.
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Check out my other Mac productivity tips! One of the great takeaways from Tim Ferriss’s podcast interview with Noah Kagan was the impact your mouse tracking speed can have on your productivity. By whacking the […]
This is a blog post I’ve been wanting to write for ages. I’m happy with my task management system. I like the calendar app I’m using. And I know when to use Evernote and when […]
I remember when I was at University how pressed for time I was. Balancing multiple projects, assignments and other commitment’s can be tough. But don’t worry, I’m here to help.
I don’t know about you, but I LOVE the weekends. I enjoy my job and look forward to going to work on Monday, but weekends are a just such a magical time aren’t they? From […]
This in-depth guide will show you how to be productive, step-by-step. Learning how to be productive is an essential skill for those looking to achieve more and get more out of life. Instead of working […]
Over the last few weeks I’ve had my head down working hard on the Personal Productivity Toolkit and today I’d like to share some updates.
“Asana is at the core of Uber’s product and engineering workflows” – Travis Kalanick, Co-Founder and CEO, Uber This is the second in a three-part blog series on how to get your small to medium-sized business setup […]
Evernote is one of the most powerful tools you can use for increasing your productivity. Naturally it made the list of my Top 10 Productivity Tools and is one of the apps I feel I really couldn’t live without. I use Evernote for managing work projects, my website projects, personal projects, home DIY projects and more. There are almost no limitations to Evernote and what you get out of it is only limited by your imagination. I’ve received some questions about how to use Evernote and how to get more out of it, so he’s a run down on how to get started and some of my tips for maximising your productivity using Evernote.