☆ Life of Yes℠ = ease, fulfillment, & feeling good about oneself ☆
“Evernote is a cross-platform, freemium app designed for note taking, organizing, and archiving.” That makes life so much easier!
But it can be overwhelming and frustrating at the start, and you are not alone if you want to use it but aren’t sure how or you tried to use it and gave up. Saya was both of those people and now can’t imagine her productive, efficient life without Evernote.
Because your brain should be for generating ideas not storing them.
- Why you want Evernote in your life
- How to set up Evernote (or re-set up Evernote, if you’re like Saya and your initial system left much to be desired)
- How to get the most out of Evernote features and capabilities
- How to set up the rest of your life to sync seamlessly with Evernote
- Specific examples of ways to use Evernote, both personally and professionally, most rooted in efficiency, productivity, and time management
- Where to get ongoing support and continuously add tools to your tool belt
Bonus: she's uber-friendly with a witty sense of humor and ability to engage with anyone
"People had recommended Evernote to me in the past, but I never knew where to start. Saya gave specific tips not only on how to use Evernote but what to use it for. I very quickly was able to gain benefits from it as a place to share information with my husband that would have previously been exchanged via email then quickly lost by both of us. Saya made me an Evernote convert!"
"Saya's Evernote (knowledge) was a godsend for both my professional and personal life. Having downloaded the program but never understanding how to use it, I would look at that little elephant icon and know that I was missing out on something that would make life easier. With Saya's expert, entertaining and easy to follow instructions and examples, I've finally incorporated this program into my work and personal organization. Instead of feeling like it's just too overwhelming to learn a new tech tool, Saya broke down all the elements and made a program like Evernote, which at first seems so complex, become manageable and fun."