I noticed workflowy on one of my client’s screens.
He was using Workflowy to keep track of the questions he wanted to ask me in our remote session. This is a GREAT idea, by the way, and there is a mobile app for this. I am going to start recommending this to everyone who has sessions with me.
You can use it quite a bit on the free version, and the paid version is only $49/year, which seems very reasonable.
I love apps like this, because on the surface it looks real simple, but underneath the hood, it’s a robust and really well organized app.
You start off at a high level, as they suggested in the e-mail I received today, which was BRILLIANT! Instead of the usual, “hey have you logged in and gotten started yet?” follow up, I got a really short e-mail with some bullet points that jumped out at me:
The Subject:It’s 6 AM. Do you know where your brain is?
Then this is all I saw in the middle of the rest of the e-mail:
- Go to workflowy.com.
- Create top-level items called ‘Personal’ and ‘Work’.
- Click the bullet point next to ‘Personal’ to zoom in.
- Create a ‘Chores’ item. List under it everything you need to do in the next week.
- Create a ‘Goals’ item. List under it everything you want to get done in the next month and year.
- Zoom out and start on the ‘Work’ section.
This should be enough to get you started. WorkFlowy
I NEVER would have clicked into an e-mail generically reminding me that I’d signed up, but as soon as I saw the “tip” I was intrigued. It probably helped that I was just about to start outlining my day, so why not do it with my Shiny new toy?
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