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Strategy and Tactics To Set Up A Successful Evernote Environment
THE Getting Started Guide to Evernote and so much more...
Just a brief message to say a big + sincere ‘thank you’! I recently found your blog + bought your guide. Really superb – love EN but your guidance + commentary has made a major difference in my understanding, use + opportunities. Please keep up your great work + thank you again.
Best Evernote resource ever!
This book goes beyond just Evernote. It serves as an elegant theory of organization and I strongly encourage you to draw from Jason’s example.
Notebooks are for the verticals in your life…Tags are for granular segmentation of topics.” — @jaymf #EvernoteLOVE
In overall I love the e-book and it’s really well written maintaining the same easy understandable style as all your other writing in the blog or when you post to forums…
LOVE the ideas here: How I Saved More Than $20,000 Using Evernote To Run My Business
I had specific objectives I wanted to cover with Jason. He researched each before we met and had the answers prepared for our Evernote session. He kept our tutorial on task and he methodically answered and addressed all of my Evernote questions. For the first time I feel confident using Evernote.
I highly recommend Jason
Jason, great job on your new Evernote e-book.
It’s very informative and well written!
I just switched over to OS X Evernote from a PC, and your blog has been invaluable!
@jaymf Seriously, that’s genius! I’ve been using Flickr to store photos of some of my daughter’s art, but Evernote is a better idea.