June/July 2010 Newsletter

  
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2 Tips for Organizing Digital "Reference" Items
  By Ryan Heathers

Computer with a connected folder, symbolizing digital information Everyone has reference items. It's the non-actionable information you'd like to hang on to. Perhaps it's a business contract that you need to refer to as you complete a current work project. Or maybe it's the manual that came with your car - that might come in handy someday!

So how do you organize and store your reference items?

Well for most people, the answer is they default to a system of semi-organized chaos. Papers get randomly stacked on desks or get shoved into drawers. Emails are left sitting in the inbox. Chaos is the norm.

Two reasons people leave their reference information in a chaotic state:

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Tips & Tricks: Key GTD® Terms and Definitions
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David Allen's Getting Things Done® (GTD®) methodology is the foundation on which eProductivity is built. GTD is used everyday by millions of men and women around the world and empowers them to be more productive.

Having a strong grasp on the following key GTD terms and concepts will assist you in using eProductivity to your greatest advatage.

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Newly Launched: eProductivity Media Library
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film spools The newly launched Media Library is your go-to place for eProductivity videos, podcasts, and more.

Make sure to see the conversations with GTD creator, David Allen and Lotus Business Partner, David Lawrence. They discuss the essence of GTD, saving time, productivity tools, and Microsoft Outlook vs. Lotus Notes.

Coming soon: additional 'How To' videos!

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Free Podcast Series: “Getting Things Done with Lotus Notes”
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Podcast icon Several hundred audience questions were asked during the Getting Things Done with Lotus Notes webinars - far too many to answer during a live broadcast!

Follow-up podcasts to answer those audience questions are almost here. They'll be available for free in the eProductivity Media Library and elsewhere, so stay tuned for details.
 
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  • Reference Filing Tips
  • Summer Savings
  • Key GTD® Terms
  • Media Library
  • Free Podcast Series
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