I have been lazy today, and I’ve not done any writing. Not even gone through my emails…
I’ve been watching some videos that will help me progress, and I’ve read some products.
Still, I feel a little guilty for not having been as productive as I would like to be.
And that leads me to the product, I just went through.
Amy Harrop and Debbie Drum have come up with an excellent product for writers:
“Mastering Evernote For Publishers”
While I was reading and enjoying the discovery of so much more I could use Evernote for, I couldn’t help asking myself:
“How can they get so much done? How can they come up with one high-quality product after another all the time?”
Seen in the view of me feeling guilty for not being productive, I couldn’t help comparing myself to them.
But then they revealed some of their tricks for me.
This product is a gold mine for any writer. You’ll be more effective in planning, researching and writing books – fiction as well as non-fiction.
Evernote is a free product. You can get it in a Premium version, which I have, but I used the free for many years.
Amy and Deb go over the basics in a short report. Then they move on to Power Using Evernote, and finally to how to write using Evernote.
There are videos associated with each report. (You know me – yeah, I haven’t watched those yet.)
But it doesn’t end here.
I rarely mention the bonus some vendors give away, but in this case, you have to know about it.
The bonus is a report filled with productivity hacks. Wow, just by skimming a bit through it, I picked up so many useful tips and tools.
I signed up for some free services that will help me before more productive and more effective. To work smarter, not harder.
You’ll enjoy every moment of going through this.
Even if you’re already using Evernote, you’ll most likely pick up new ways of using it. I did. And I’ve used it for years.
And the bonus itself is worth the small investment in the product.
P.S. If you enjoy using tools that can help you work smarter, then you should get this product.