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Evernote: How to Master Evernote in 1 Hour & Getting Things Done Without Forgetting

An Essential Underground Guide To GTD In 7 Days Revealed!
Narrated by: Kirk Hanley
Length: 56 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
2.5 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Summary

This is the guidebook for the practical application of Evernote into every corner of your life. Whether you are

  • A student struggling with reams of lecture notes, references, and recordings of talks
  • A journalist who needs to compile ideas, log interviews, and communicate on the move
  • A busy individual who wants to keep and share photos, store business cards and notes

My easy-to-follow guide will enable you to make better decisions about how to organize your life in the electronic world.

©2013 Yap Kee Chong (P)2013 Yap Kee Chong

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It good - It’s someone reading from Evernote’s help section

I thought I would hear something to help me implement GTD within Evernote. This wasn’t the case. First section advised me to read GTD and the rest of it seemed like the guy was reading a user manual from Evernote.

VERY POOR

If you want to listen to a guide on audible then fair enough, but it doesn’t do what it says on the tin.

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Utter rubbish

Did not give one good tip on implementing GTD methodology via Evernote. Complete waste of time and money (or a credit)

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  • maus
  • 14-01-14

Reads like a Phonebook!!! Don't wast your time…

Has Evernote: How to Master Evernote in 1 Hour & Getting Things Done Without Forgetting turned you off from other books in this genre?

Yes… Thank gods I can return it!

Would you be willing to try another one of Kirk Hanley’s performances?

No!

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This is not a book… after the first 20 min of mind numbing key word stuffing... They literally read a list of hotkeys…

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  • RJ Mac
  • 13-12-13

Don't Waste Your Time or Money on This Title

Two main topics: GTD and Evernote, are completely explained for free from various websites and the Evernote site with respect to Evernote software. You don't need to spend money having this guy explain it to you in less than an hour when you can get all of it for free with about 2 minutes of querying Google on these topics.

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  • Dee Dee
  • 02-10-19

Helpful

The narrator was very good. The shortcuts were a little hard to follow by just listening, but I'm glad it comes in this form. Now he needs a form we can read ourselves to see the shortcuts.

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  • Siobhan Joseph
  • 16-04-16

Good Supplementary Resource

A good resource to use in conjunction with GTD's Evernote setup guide. I wouldn't recommend as a stand alone, especially if implementing the GTD system.