David K

I’m an early adopter kind of guy. I lived with my paper Day Timers for ever until my work collaboration forced me to digital tools. Keeping up both seemed wastefully redundant and never worked for me. Last year I created my own Day Timer pages as templates for One Note. It sort of worked, but not quite. Barely two weeks ago I came on Key2Success and after listening to a couple of Branden’s vBlogs purchased his OneNote Business Planner. I have one instance running on my 13″ Lenovo laptop and another running on my Samsung Tab 6 with s-Pen beside me like a notebook. Both machines, as well as my Samsung Note 9 have precise stylus input. I know it’s nuts to say after only a couple of weeks use, but after a very short learning curve my productivity and sanity have increased noticeably. I’ve occasionally invested in working with business coaches over the years. Ten minutes of Branden’s vBlog, along with the OneNote templates that would have taken me too damn long to build myself, (although, as I said, I started last year,) was well worth the price of admission.

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2020-12-18T11:23:43-06:00

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I’m an early adopter kind of guy. I lived with my paper Day Timers for ever until my work collaboration forced me to digital tools. Keeping up both seemed wastefully redundant and never worked for me. Last year I created my own Day Timer pages as templates for One Note. It sort of worked, but not quite. Barely two weeks ago I came on Key2Success and after listening to a couple of Branden’s vBlogs purchased his OneNote Business Planner. I have one instance running on my 13″ Lenovo laptop and another running on my Samsung Tab 6 with s-Pen beside me like a notebook. Both machines, as well as my Samsung Note 9 have precise stylus input. I know it’s nuts to say after only a couple of weeks use, but after a very short learning curve my productivity and sanity have increased noticeably. I’ve occasionally invested in working with business coaches over the years. Ten minutes of Branden’s vBlog, along with the OneNote templates that would have taken me too damn long to build myself, (although, as I said, I started last year,) was well worth the price of admission.