Hi, my name is Jan and I am an Evernote Certified Consultant. I've been using Evernote since 2011 and for the first few months, I didn't know how to use it properly.
As a multiple-project infopreneur, online teacher and author who focuses on iOS and web development, fitness, productivity, and passive income, I'm constantly trying to hack my life to get the most bang for the buck.
Unlike many regular Evernote users, and even Evernote Certified Consultants who simply treat Evernote as a digital storage while using some other products and services for task management, I am wholeheartedly convinced that Evernote is a unique service, that can successfully play both of these roles when used with the right methodology.
It can be great digital content storage and, it can be an even better task management system at the same time without going back and forth between different solutions.
In 2017, I published my unique methodology for using Evernote as a task management system which I called The System2. I continued to revise and polish this methodology to make it even simpler to understand and easier to use.
I'm very excited to present to you the results of this improved version of The System2, which I managed to transform to a whole different, more intuitive and straightforward productivity solution which I call System X.
System X is based on the same principles as The System2, yet it makes the whole journey to productivity less grinding and more fun, which is especially important at the beginning when you need to turn your time management into everyday habit and ritual.
If you're tired of constantly trying to find yet another new productivity system, this is the right course for you. I'm positive that System X will allow you to truly appreciate the hidden power of Evernote you've never even thought about.
In this course, you'll learn about:
why there are only two notebooks, SORT and CABINET
reference notes and task notes
a brand new universal task template
how to create and use saved searches
how to use reminders with due dates
how to use tags properly
DR@PS, a unique tagging system
status tags like !URGENT, ?SOMEDAY and others
how to capture stuff to Evernote
how to sort notes
specific workflow example
how to properly use task progress
how to work with dependencies
how to keep your tags tidy