Posts tagged organization
I’ve been hunting for the best standalone program for 20 years. Move over Outlook, Thunderbird, et al… Postbox has you beat.
If you’ve been relying on the Print Screen key and PhotoShop (or other graphics program) to capture and perform basic edits for online graphics, you’re wasting a great deal of time.
Success. It’s something for which we all aim. We read books, articles and listen to motivational speakers, usually only when we make the time. If you’re looking for daily guidance or inspiration, follow and subscribe to RSS feeds for these key players…
Weighing the pros and cons is recommended of nearly any type of business opportunity. But how many of you actually sit down and build a list?
There are many reasons one might need to take a snapshot of a web page. Most often, it’s to archive existing content or keep track of page variations.
While Google and other sites cache web pages, the best way to ensure you’ve got a timestamped copy of any page is to capture it yourself.
Procrastination is a killer, especially in business. I always thought I was one of those uber-creative folks who worked better under pressure. As it turns out, my creativity level is about the same when I’m not so rushed. What’s your secret to success?
Technology is supposed to make our lives easier, but it’s no surprise that many executives claim they’re actually working harder than ever before. Perhaps they’re just not using technology to their advantage. If you have a Palm Pre or Palm Pixi, the rewards for time investment are quite rich – the devices are fully functional
I talk a great deal about Palm’s webOS because I rely heavily on it for business. With the ever-growing need to stay connected and organized, more and more business people need to adopt mobile devices. That doesn’t mean, though, that we need to work harder; we simply need to work smarter.
I have a Franklin-Covey Planning System on my desk. I just love the leather binder and feel inspired when I see all my appointments and to-dos on vibrant pages. The leather binder still looks new and I use a medium-soft black pen to prioritize lists. I’ve used this system for 10 years, and, it works