This course is about completely organizing your life’s documents and information digitally so that you can become productive, effective and of course organized!
In this course I show you how to use Evernote to complete eliminate all paper, all clutter and all your disjointed information silos in your life. This course shows you how to turn your information chaos into your own personal portable google like information system.
Imagine being able to recall
All with just a few clicks from your phone! I show you how do this and more in this course.
You don’t have to be a techie to take advantage of Evernote. All you need is a phone and/or any other computing device you have and transform it into a google like document eater.
This course is intentionally short and concise. I give you just what is needed and not much more so that you can start being effective with Evernote as soon as possible.
Welcome to the digital organization journey!
Introduction to the course, presents what this course is about, what being organized is, and what to expect to learn
Why do you need to get organized and what being organized is all about
How to ask questions and improve this course.
This lecture describes why do you need to even bother with Evernote if you can store everything in files and folders on your computer
Describes Evernote's most basic feature, the Note. After this lecture you're ready to start using Evernote!
Tagging in Evernote, and how you can use it to store any document or information quickly and then later find it fast and effortlessly
What are Notebooks and Stacks in Evernote and how you can leverage them to make organizing simpler
How to search like a pro in Evernote and find anything effortlessly
The Keys to make Evernote work for you
How to get your home and personal documents and information in order using Evernote
How to use Evernote at work to organize your digital work life
I've been playing with technology since I can remember. My first computer was a Zinclair so it's been a long time.
I have a bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering and my first job out of college was designing integrated circuits. However, I soon found that my first love was software engineering so I soon became a programmer.
I’ve been working with and leveraging technology for 15 years and I pride myself in being able to dissect complicated high tech concepts and distilling them to the base essentials that anyone can understand.