PPU 002: I’ll Show You My Productivity System if You Show Me Yours

 

In this episode of the Productivity Power Up podcast, we’ll be talking about productivity systems. Everyone has a system they use to get things done. My goal is to help you first identify your system and then find and fill any gaps that may be preventing you from achieving maximum productivity.

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Here’s what we mention in this episode:

Microsoft Outlook

Omnifocus

Trello

Microsoft OneNote

Evernote

Quote of the Week

Productivity is being able to do things that you were never able to do before.

— Franz Kafka

 

Question: What does your productivity system look like?  What pain points does it hold for you?  In other words, what parts of your system are not working? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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Vickie and Larissa

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2 thoughts on “PPU 002: I’ll Show You My Productivity System if You Show Me Yours

  1. Mine is all over the place but u need to do a blog post in it. It’s too much for a comment. But I am using a project task list in Google Keep. I know on my to do list when it says “blog posts written and scheduled” I have a breakdown in Keep of all the tasks that entails. It keeps me from going off on a tangent and from spending the day on rabbit trails.

    I also use Pocket as a way to keep bookmarks of articles for content curation.

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