This is the first installment of my new blog series titled How I Make Business Happen. Every two weeks, I will present a short tutorial highlighting how I create, organize, produce, and ship my work. These videos will highlight how I do what I do, and I hope they educate and inspire you to improve how you make your own business happen.
I have used Evernote for the last three years, but I only really became a power user in the last few months. Evernote is now my information and workflow hub. Everything I do related to Whiteboard Business Partners ends up in Evernote in some shape or form. The first tutorial I will present is how I organize my project ideas in Evernote. I generate a lot of ideas for different programs and products, and I want to document them in Evernote so I can prioritize my work and not forget the ideas I generate. This introductory tutorial shows how I document my projects, which incorporates several of Evernote’s most useful features.
If you are interested in a comprehensive look at Evernote’s great features, check out this video from my friend Andy Traub (affiliate link). Even as a long-time Evernote user, I learned a great deal from this video.