I’m impressed with two apps that sync between my Mac and my iPhone. If you’re a techno-nut like me, give them a look. You might find them useful in helping organize your life.
The first, ToDo, I’ve been using for a while. I like the fact that on the MacBook Air, I can drag emails to the ToDo list, creating an instant task. I also love the subtask feature and the checklist function.
What I’m not as crazy about is utilizing ToDo for Major Tasks, such as, for example, the organization of my indie releases. It can be done, but it’s not as clean as I’d like my system to be.
Recently, I discovered Michael Hyatt (yes, I’ve been living under a rock), and on his site, I saw an advertisement for Priority Matrix. Despite the $20+ cost (to get for my iPhone and Air), I went ahead and purchased, and I’m glad that I did. I’ve only had it for a few days, but I love the interface that allows you to categorize items within projects as Critical, not critical, immediate, not immediate, and uncategorized. There are a few minor nits that I have with the program, but on the whole I think it’ll work for me. I’ll do a full review after I’ve used it a bit longer.
If you’re looking for time management apps to help manage your tasks and projects, give these two programs a glance. I hope you like them!
Got programs and/or apps that you recommend? I’d love to hear about them!
And speaking of that indie release project, I hope you check out my latest indie title, The Cat’s Fancy, available on Kindle, Nook and in other formats!
I definitely need a better time management app. Thanks for sharing!
Absolutely! Happy to share my techno-addiction!
Time management is the act of planning, controlling and finally executing specific activities, especially to increase efficiency or productivity. It applies to a wide usage area starting from personal time organization and up to business related management. Software tools such as a management system where a combination of processes, tools, techniques, and methods. Are used to provide you with the best results.
I must recommend my new book, It Takes An Egg Timer, A Guide to Creating the Time for Your Life. It’s an unconventional look at time management. No new app. Just start with a kitchen egg timer. It really works!
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