Chief Productivity Officer @ Atlas Advisors. Serial entrepreneur, intrapreneur and seasoned military aviator. Process + technology + people = my jam. Love to help people and organizations succeed.
I am a G Suite (aka Google Apps) ninja, have been since 2009, and I love helping other people and organizations (large or small) unleash the incredible collaboration and knowledge management capabilities of this incredibly simple yet powerful suite of tools.
My skills run the gamut—I've built five powerhouse companies from the ground up with G Suite, and I've helped friends and professionals get their life back just by sharing a few simple personal knowledge management techniques.
Let me know how I can help you or your organization harness the power of G Suite.
Getting your inbox to zero isn't about processing email quickly, though that certainly helps. Getting your inbox to zero simply requires trusted systems such that, when you process email, you move it to those trusted systems.
The problem for you is, you don't have any trusted systems, other than your inbox... and that's why it's full. :)
As David Allen put it so eloquently, behaviors + tools = trusted systems. With your chosen tools, the behaviors I can teach you are simple, elegant, and 100% guaranteed to work.
What do you have to lose (besides your overflowing inbox)?
I eat, sleep, and breathe productivity. In fact, I'm so good at it, Atlas Advisors made me their Chief Productivity Officer.
If your problem involves people, technology or processes (or lack thereof), I can help. I promise.
I'm also really good at removing friction and solving problems in very efficient and effective ways. I typically do this using simple processes, free or affordable technology, and people to build trusted systems that scale.
Productivity is my jam. Let me know how I can help you or your organization take things to the next level.
The problem with asking for app recommendations is that with the recommendations, you're getting someone else's opinion on something that works for them.
Instead of seeking apps to solve problems that you do or do not have, determine what problem you need to solve, then seek out an app that solves that particular problem.
Even better? Determine if you're already using an app that has a feature that addresses this problem well. Simplicity is key when you're seeking technology solutions to human problems.
Finally, I'd recommend determining if you've got your bases covered in three key areas:
1. Time Management
2. Task Management
3. Knowledge Management
Have you solved these problems? If not, I can help...
Yes. Feel free to ask a more specific follow-up question and I'll write a more specific follow-up answer. I could guess what you want to know and answer accordingly, but I might just end up wasting your and my time — which would be incredibly ironic. :)