Are you wasting time looking for notes and documents? I was until I discovered an easy way to find everything fast
I wrote The Master Note System: A New Way to Use Evernote to Organize Your Life out of frustration with finding things that I had stored. It took too much time to remember and type in the search words, modifiers, the Evernote search syntax, all the tags. I always found it easier to work with tables because you can see so much at a glance, rather than lines of items. For years, I had been using tables in Evernote anyway. I just started to take advantage of the link capabilities to move around faster.
In my first book, The Personal Power Roadmap: The Ultimate 7 Step System to Effectively Solve Problems, Make Decisions, and Reach Your Goals, I presented a chart (the roadmap) that I made available in Evernote. It's really a Master Note if you add links to research, other notes, your calendar. You can see it here: How to Use Evernote with the Personal Power Roadmap System
Will The Master Note System work for you?
The Master Note System is flexible and customizable. It's what you make of it and how you use it that will in the end save you time and frustration. It's a new way to organize. It's a new way of thinking about how and where to store stuff. Watch this quick video to get an idea of how an Evernote user made it work for him (and turn your smartphone sideways so you can see your Master Notes if you're using your phone instead of a desktop or notepad):
Author Marjory Harris has been a social worker, lawyer, counselor, and founder of Multidimensional Problem Solvingsm, the predecessor to The Personal Power Roadmap. She has a master’s degree in psychology and a juris doctor degree in law. For 50 years she has helped others discover their innate abilities and a fresh perspective on life. She is committed to finding practical, real-world solutions to problems and empowering others to take effective action.