New habits—even those that increase productivity—can fall apart under pressure. Learn how to bolster productive habits by thinking bigger than yourself.
This is the third post in our series on productivity thieves, those habits and distractions preventing you from achieving your full potential. Check out our previous posts on ‘fractured focus’ and ‘decision fatigue.‘ Have you ever gotten to work and not remembered how you got there? You must have brushed your teeth, taken a shower, and fought through traffic, but you don’t recall doing any of it. This can happen
When was the last time you scrolled through your inbox trying to find a particular email with important details—but couldn’t easily find it? If you’re like most people, your life is buried under inbox overload. Despite your best intentions, emails keep coming…and coming…and coming. It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you’re faced with hundreds of unread messages. You know the information you need is somewhere in that pileup, but you
When communications app Slack first introduced Slack Actions in May 2018, users everywhere rejoiced. Suddenly you didn’t have to remember obscure ‘slash’ commands to integrate with apps like Evernote; it was as simple and painless as clicking a menu item. Now Zapier has joined the party, launching a set of Slack Actions that enable you to connect Evernote with your other favorite apps—such as Airtable, Todoist, and over 1,300 others—all
“You are all over the place.” That’s what people told Lindsey Holmes as she tried to successfully balance her passions, goals, and dreams. Sound familiar? Lindsey is an Evernote Certified Consultant, author, public speaker, and CEO of Usable Tech Co., a marketing firm specializing in social media marketing, mobile application development, and technology workflows. On top of all that, in her “free time,” she is working towards a Masters degree.
Back to school is an exciting time of the year. Hectic too. New classes, new schedules, new activities after school. Sometimes it’s hard for kids and parents to adjust to the new program. But there’s help out there for the asking: Evernote. Whether it’s organizing and accessing lecture notes, collaborating with a group on a class project, creating a book report, or even organizing after-school activities, Evernote is there to