Nozbe Ninja Tactics: Use the Evernote Web Clipper to Send Tasks Directly to Nozbe

Nozbe is great by itself, but it’s integrations with other apps make it even more amazing. Here is a quick tutorial of how you can use the Evernote Web Clipper to quickly add tasks to your trusted task management system in Nozbe.

LINKS & MENTIONS IN THE VIDEO:

Nozbe – http://nozbe.com/a-robbymiles

Evernote Web Clipper – https://evernote.com/webclipper

Productive Wizard – http://productivewizard.com

What Does the Nozbe Ratio Actually Mean & What’s it Good for?

If you’re a Nozbe user, then you’ve likely received an email of your “Weekly Productivity Report.” Nozbe sends you the “Nozbe Ratio” as a percentage that is supposed to show you your average productivity for the week. But what does the Nozbe Ratio actually mean?

Nozbe Ratio

A couple weeks ago, I was watching one of Nozbe’s new webinars when Michael Sliwinski finally shared the secret behind the Nozbe Ratio. Here is a screenshot I grabbed of their “secret” formula.

5 Steps for Choosing the Right Apps

Quick! Count your device’s apps…How many? Too many? It’s time to focus on the right apps to get more done.

 5 Steps for Choosing the Right Apps

Note: The following article originally appeared in the Productive! Magazine No.32 – A monthly dose of inspiring, practical and timeless articles written by the best productivity experts on the Internet. I’m a regular contributor.

It’s common for productivity junkies to try every new app that comes to market in the hope that it will help do more in less time. This way of thinking actually limits productivity because you’re constantly searching for something better. Really you’re just wasting time.

The steps outlined below with help you determine the right apps to use to make sure you complete the tasks that matter.
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Summer’s Almost Over & Updates

I can’t believe the summer is almost over. I hope you had a chance to get some rest and enjoy the sun while it was around.

My summer went by too fast and felt way too busy. I know that sounds funny coming from a “productivity” guy.

I spent the summer taking care of my four kids (ages 1-10). Some days I felt lucky to get a shower and breakfast. I have a whole new perspective and respect for the work my wife did when she was a stay-at-home mom.

If nothing else, this summer taught me the importance of taking time for what really matters and realizing that I can’t do everything. Every day had some new limit. Sometimes it was time. Sometimes it was money. Most often, it was a lack of energy.

Do you ever feel like that?

Now that I’m back to work and my kids are back in school, we can settle back into our routines and habits. Having those in place make our entire life sooooo much easier.

Here’s a quick update on the blog. Starting August 29th, I’ll get back on track posting new productivity tips each week. I’m also still working on the Master Your Personal Productivity Course I began this spring.

Thanks for staying subscribed to updates. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate you. If there’s anything I can do to return the favor, let me know.

I’d love to hear how your summer went.

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