Evernote for Everything: How Evernote Can Help You Manage Resume Client Projects, Remember Stuff, and Just Be More Efficient
Are you overwhelmed by client paperwork? Have you ever forgotten a client project — or missed a deadline — because you're overwhelmed by all the things you have to remember and do each day?
Let me tell you about Evernote. It's a free multi-platform app that acts like a second "brain." (It's no surprise that the Evernote "mascot" is an elephant, because an elephant never forgets!)
If you've heard about Evernote and wondered how it works, this 75-page special report is for you. The first few pages explain how I use Evernote in my resume writing business — and how you can put it to work for you. The rest is a step-by-step guide, with screenshots, of how to use Evernote.
There is a premium version of Evernote too — the additional benefits are the ability to recover deleted Notes, work on Notes offline, more storage space, and more advanced search functionality. I personally pay for Premium (it's $5/month), but the Free version is plenty robust. Give it a try and see how it can help you be more effective in your work, and in your work with clients. (There is a bit of a learning curve at first, but the more you use it, the more you'll love it!)
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