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Unlocking and Unleashing Your Perfect Productive System

Sometimes, the simplest systems are the best. That’s what Bryan Kramer, a leading social media strategist, discovered while using Evernote to write his book, Shareology. As CEO of PureMatter, a digital marketing agency based in San Jose, California, Bryan is an expert on using technology to make thoughtful, transparent connections. Every day, he helps brands and entrepreneurs understand the importance of embracing #human2human contact. But while working on the book,

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How Great Writers use Evernote: Best-selling Author Jeff Goins

We tend to picture the world’s great thinkers and artists toiling alone in laboratories and garrets, waiting for a spark of divine inspiration. But great ideas are not hatched in a vacuum. Mozart didn’t construct entire symphonies alone at the piano. Einstein’s theory of relativity was dependent on the work of friends and colleagues. Best-selling author Jeff Goins debunks this lone genius mythology by reminding us that innovation is derived

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How Amy Stewart Brought History to Life With Evernote

This article is part of a series that explores how authors use Evernote for writing. Sometimes, truth is more compelling than fiction. Take the story of a hardened gin smuggler and a pistol-packing spinster whose paths collided in an accident on the streets of Victorian-era New York. Amy Stewart, a best-selling author, discovered that story and saved it from the dustbin of history. She came across the intriguing headline, “Girl

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3 ways to organize NaNoWriMo (or any big writing project) in Evernote

As sponsors of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), we’ve been talking with writers—from novelists to bloggers—about the ways they use Evernote. One thing we discovered right away is that every writer has a unique approach to organization. This is one area where Evernote excels. Whether you like a lot of structure or prefer to keep things simple, Evernote adapts to the way you work. You can track every detail of

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10 Ways to Boost Your Writing Productivity

Every writer has been there: the words are inside you, trying to get out, but life is in the way. Maybe you can’t find any time in your busy schedule. Or you can’t stay focused when you sit down to write. Or you have a great writing session one day, and then your work in progress sits neglected for weeks. Whether you’re writing a novel, maintaining a blog, or keeping

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How Neil Gaiman Writes With Evernote

This article is part of a series that explores how authors use Evernote for writing. Evernote is proud to be an official sponsor for the 2014 NaNoWriMo competition. Where does the time go? With less than two weeks left of November, many of you are scrambling to make your NaNoWriMo deadlines. It’s tough work, but now it’s purely about making sure the words are flowing. The biggest challenge for any

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Publish Books Instantly From Evernote

It’s never been easier to be an author. Evernote is an especially popular tool for many writers. It serves as the place to collect, find, and organize source material, archival information, and photographs. For many authors, Evernote is the place where ideas are assembled into words and manufactured into stories. The white canvas of a note is a comfortable place to pour out prose and organize the elements of a

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