How I Use Evernote for Meetings

Evernote is a big part of my workflow. I use it to hold my ideas until I’m ready to do something tangible with them. I used it to build my CreativeLive course. I use it in conjunction with Todoist all the time. And I also use it for meetings.

How I Use Evernote as a Spark File

I’ve been an Evernote user for a long time, and I have primarily used it for research. Having my spark file live in Evernote as a notebook just seems like a no-brainer to me because of the the versatility of Evernote.

How To Use Evernote To Store And Organize Your Ideas

I write for a lot of different sites and I write for a lot of different projects (books, etc.). Keeping track of what should go where can be a real challenge in a writing app itself (I use Byword for articles and Scrivener for larger writing projects) because you can really only store things in

How I Built My CreativeLive Course in Evernote

Some of you may have taken my CreativeLive course – Time Management 101: Prioritize the Right Things – and for that I thank you. The process of building and delivering the course was an experience I’ll never forget. In this post I’m going to share with you how I built my CreativeLive course in one of my workflow apps of choice…Evernote.

How My 8 Year Old Daughter Uses Evernote

I’ve already outlined how I use Evernote to track my beer cellar (and I will probably write further on that use case somewhere down the line as the cellar grows), but I’m not the only one using Evernote in my house. My daughter also uses it regularly…and it’s all by design. My daughter is now

A Look at Evernote Essentials 4.0

I didn’t really use Evernote all that much until this year. Sure, I used it for some things, but not nearly to its potential. And while I definitely don’t use it for task management1, I do use it as a means to store a lot of information. Wheter I’m using it to write down ideas

How I Use Evernote for Beer Cellaring

Ever since writing became my career, I’ve made efforts to keep it from being my primary hobby. Sure, I still write for fun – making it the second best thing I do with my time (after spending time with my family, of course) – but the idea of expanding my horizons beyond writing for work