Evernote for Mac
Evernote for Mac
Introduction to Course04:50 2
Structure Evernote for Your Business14:04 3
Get All Your Information into Evernote19:07 4
Master Evernote Search16:37 5
Use Evernote to Dominate Your To-Do List24:15 6
Automate Your Workflows with Evernote18:23 7
Evernote as a CRM Solution20:54 8
Organize Your Client Information with Evernote18:09
Make Evernote the Ultimate Project Management Tool11:14 10
Communicate & Collaborate Within Evernote07:44 11
Evernote Uses Beyond Business08:49 12
Make Evernote the Center of Your Business05:38
Natasha knows how to keep a person organized. She is the creator of Systematic Success 2.0 and founder of SystemsRock. In this class, she’ll teach you tricks and techniques for turning your Evernote account into an active business management hub.
- Manage repetitive processes
- Collaborate with contractors and keep track of clients
- Whip through tasks and projects
- Tame information overload
- Manage your business systems
Don’t use a Mac? Check out Natasha’s class Evernote for PC.
Ratings and Reviews
I loved this class. I learned so much about this powerful program. It put my business on a whole new level. Easy to follow and spot on. Worth every penny.
Wow! Natasha Vorompiova's Evernote for Mac course blew my mind! I've been using Evernote for years, but have always known I wasn't using it to its full potential. The tool is so open and unstructured, though, and I just couldn't wrap my head around how to use it more effectively. Natasha rolled back the curtain on HER very structured way of using the tool inside her own business, and exactly how to apply it to MY business. Her templates alone are more than worth the price of admission, plus I learned all kinds of tips that are already making my business so much more organized. She covers everything from task management and project management (and how to systematize with Evernote so you can bring in assistants EASILY) to customer relations management and more. If you use Evernote, you need this course!
Color Expert Kate Smith
Natasha shares some good ideas on how to set up systems for your business. While I do use Evernote for organizing my research and writing projects, I have instead applied her suggestions to what I currently use to manage my business -- Gmail, Gqueues, and Dropbox. I have been able to keep an empty inbox and never miss a task. Now I am working to set up and document for a VA to take over some of the tasks. The recommendations for how to do that are excellent.