These days, it seems that our personal and professional lives are overlapping more and more. It's difficult (and that's an understatement!) to juggle everything -- what we need to do, where we need to be, and when we need to get those things done.
I understand where you're coming from. I'm a freelance writer and I run my own business. But I'm also a husband and the father of a child with special needs. I have to constantly keep on top of those obligations, and many more.
There are a lot of systems and techniques and tools that claim to help you get organized and become more productive. The problem is that most of those systems are too complex. The tools don't easily fit together. You wind up with a way of doing things that works, but which is also convoluted and difficult to maintain.
You need to keep things simple. An effective way to do just that is to use Google's tools to help you get and stay organized.
That's what Getting Organized with Google's Tools is all about.
This book explains how to use some of Google's Web-based tools -- Gmail, Google Tasks, Google Drive, Google Calendar, and Google Keep -- to keep you on track and productive. All with a minimum of set up and maintenance.
But Getting Organized with Google's Tools goes beyond simply showing you how to use the tools. The book contains a number of techniques and tips that can help you streamline your efforts to become more organized and to maximize your productivity. Best of all, you can use these techniques and tips with any software or service.
Best of all, you don't need to learn any new terminology. There are no complex workflows that you need to shoehorn into your life. There are no expensive subscriptions or additional extras needed.
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