As leaders, we have two primary jobs. The first is to determine the right ideas to invest in. The second is executing on those ideas. The heavy responsibility of turning ideas into reality falls squarely on our shoulders. It is our responsibility to deliver the products and services that provide the value required to consistently meet payroll. If you are a leader who has too little time and is completely overwhelmed, I can relate. It is an undeniable truth that the pace of business is increasing daily. However, with the right tools, you can stay ahead of the curve. In this post, I’ll show you how I keep pace using Evernote and how you can do the same.
Capturing ideas and executing on them go hand in hand. While most tools separate these concepts, Evernote does not, making it a mission critical tool for leaders. Evernote allows me to combine ideation and execution into a single tool.
I use Evernote in three ways: capture ideas and information, organize this information, and execute.