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Darus RTC Time Management & Efficiency Talk

Short Talk about 3 of my favorite tools for time management and efficiency. -Evernote -Google (Tons of items here) -Pomodoro Technique

Darus Trutna

on 21 June 2011

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Transcript of Darus RTC Time Management & Efficiency Talk

Time Management & Efficiency: Automate your way to a more
Successful Life Darus Trutna June 10th, 2010 Three Tools to help build a Stress-Free,
Fast-Track Productivity System Desktop and Mobile Applications* Remember Everything Clip interesting Webpages, Articles, Images Use Evernote to save your ideas, things you see, and things you like.
Then find them all on any computer, phone or device you use.
For free. Saves links too! One large step toward a paper-free life! to do’s
inspirational quotes
scanned receipts
business cards
voice notes
project plans Tools Final Thought Concepts Efficient does not always mean
Effective Scanned items and images are searchable! Evernote Web Clipper Problem Solution Systems Purpose & Centralized Integrate Information should be Create Boundaries Protect your Time 1 2 3 4 5 *May not be applicable for all devices. NOT Productive! Email Calendar Contacts Anxiety Uncertainty Stress Freedom 1. Ideas 2. Communication 3. Action Manage Multiple Email Addresses in one place Increased Control over Distractions Integrate Calendars with Work, Friends, Family, etc. Resources Manage Multiple Addresses from within one Gmail account http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2009/06/tip-check-and-reply-from-multiple-email.html http://www.google.com/calendar Attachments Too! Four Simple Steps 1 2 3 4 Choose an important task you need to work on and write it down Pomodoro http://www.pomodorotechnique.com When the bell rings, stop for 5 min and take a quick break Work on that task without stopping for 25 minutes (really) Set a kitchen timer for 25 minutes http://www.focusboosterapp.com/ Transcription! http://www.google.com/voice Never give your personal number to customers or co-workers. Don't give your work number to friends. Turn off instant messaging and email alerts. Don't answer the phone unless you are expecting a call. Avoid checking your personal email during work hours. Technology can cost you time rather than save it. "Zero Inbox" "Offload your Brain" Create Master Contact List Master Contact List http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2010/06/the-complete-guide-to-creating-a-consolidated-master-contact-list/ Check out shoeboxed.com, too! Gmail Google Voice Defining your Life's Purpose and removing unnecessary tasks is the true key to
Freedom. “Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom.” Albert Einstein Action Items Check out EverNote (use web clipper)
Sync all your contacts into Gmail
Try a Pomodoro session 4. Outsourcing
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