New Podcast on eProductivity Reference

messy-filing-cabinet.jpgLooking for resources on how to get more done with eProductivity Reference? Then head on over to the GTD & Lotus Notes podcast and check out Episode 14. We just posted it today.

In this episode, Eric Mack is joined by GTD creator David Allen and GTD coach Kelly Forrister, a definite powerhouse trio of productivity knowledge. They discuss the ins and outs of personal reference systems and how you can create an outstanding system in Lotus Notes.

Ask yourself:
Do you have a trusted system where you can park all that non-actionable reference information that comes your way? Or is your desk, your office, or even your house a personal information landfill?

Tune in for expert solutions to these questions.

One great way to use eProductivity Reference

Ken, an eProductivity user, sent us a tip in response to this week's Tip article. The article discuss the kinds of information that are great to store inside eProductivity Reference.

He wrote:
The single most useful item in my eProductivity Reference is called "model numbers" and has a list of toner cartridge numbers, car VIN's, vacuum cleaner bag sizes, lawn mower model number, furnace filter sizes, battery sizes for gadgets, etc. I refer to it often when out and about. If motor oil is on sale, I can look up what rating my snowblower needs, if I have an @errand to look for tires, I can look up my tire sizes, and on and on. I built this list over the course of years by entering info I used to look up and carry on a piece of paper and then throw away.

I think this is a great example of what eProductivity Reference can be used for and definitely worth sharing. Thanks, Ken!

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