Future Self Podcast | Making Your Future Self Your Biggest Fan
About This Show
At the FutureSelf Podcast we empower every aspect of your life. From business, to social, to personal, we provide blueprints and proven strategies to address the hangups that are keeping you from getting from where you are to where you want to be. Tune in every week for doses of valuable and actionable content from the top entrepreneurs, business executives, attorneys, financial advisors, and accountants. At the end of every episode you will have valuable action plans that you can implement in your life today to start seeing measurable results immediately. Join us every Friday for valuable nuggets of wisdom guaranteed to make your future self your biggest fan.
Most Recent Episode
#16: 6 Reasons Evernote is Your New Favorite App
Dec 23 16
(Get a FREE month of Evernote Premium HERE) It's possible to be organized and unproductive, but it's impossible to maximize your productivity without organization. Organizing our thoughts and priorities has likely been around since we first began having thoughts and prioritizing them. For the bulk of those years the primary tools where pen and pad. But, over the last 15 years the public has become increasingly reliant on digital means to organize their personal and professional lives. (I can't fathom how I ever remembered to go anywhere before Google Calendar.) While the first "app stores" popped up in the 90's, Apple brought apps front and center in our life with the launch of the iOS App Store in July 2008. And, with the emergence of cross-platform syncing, apps have created infinite opportunities to maximize our productivity. (Of course, our phones are also double-edged swords, creating limitless productivity-sabotaging distractions. Check out this episode where I lay out a few tips to crush those distractions vibrating from your pocket.) If you've followed me at all you know it's no secret that I have an affinity for all things productivity related. So naturally I was all in on the 24/7 access to my entire workflow that apps provided. And, I simply love playing around with new apps. From discovering innovative ways to streamline my workflow to tinkering with new features and playing games, I love everything about them. The reality is though, once the novelty wears off, the majority of the new shiny apps I can't get enough of today will quickly be relegated to the graveyard that is page 2 of my phone's home screen. They may be fun today, but many just don't do the required heavy lifting every day to keep them around. However, every once in a great while a new app enters my life and I quickly forget how I ever lived without it. Dropbox was one of the first such apps for me. (Remember the nightmare of tearing the house apart desperately searching for the floppy disk your term paper was saved on?) Since then I've become equally attached to a f