Why I am I qualified to write this eBook? Well, I don’t work for Evernote, but I’ve used Evernote since 2008, and I’ve been implementing the Getting Things Done methodology since 2007. I’ve leveraged Evernote in both my professional life to help me juggle my many roles and lead a successful life!
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40Tech.com: Daniel's book is "wonderfully ... straightforward, conversational look at why Evernote is a great tool for productivity ... and how easily it can be used to apply GTD principles effectively. The book never talks down to you, and it never assumes you know too much or too little — it is simply honest and genuine; experienced, but uncomplicated. It doesn’t hurt that it’s a fun and easy read, either."
DocumentSnap.com: I like how he starts off going into why we need a solution like this (whether it be Evernote, GTD, or something else). His points really spoke to me, as it sounds like we are kindred spirits in a lot of ways ... [Daniel] has come up with a pretty fascinating tagging structure for GTD. You can tell that a lot of thought and trial and error has gone into it.
AttorneyMarketingCenter.com: Dan is a maven in the world of technology and productivity ... It’s a great read and provides a much needed lesson for using an extraordinary piece of technology in conjunction with a seminal productivity system, to manage your work and your life.
Web2andMore.net: Daniel is a is an all round task management guru who has put pen to paper ... Daniel is very clear that this is how things work for him and encourages people to use this as a springboard to develop their own strategy ... I am looking forward to going through each of the steps that Daniel outlines and adding another dimension to what was already an invaluable tool.