When you're traveling and trying to nail down new business, you don't want to leave your current customers in the dust or feeling unappreciated. Taking your business to the next level might be easier than you think.
Most writers are easily distracted; trying out just one more app often sounds better than slogging through your manuscript. To save you untold hours of procrastination, here's my current setup of ten apps for writing, drafting, outlining, editing, and generating story ideas.
Gnashing my teeth the other day after yet another frustrating morning of begging my 3-year-old to get dressed/go potty/put on her shoes so we could get out the door even close to on time, I found myself thinking that there had to be a better way. Enter morning routine apps.
It doesn't matter if you are fresh out of college, a 15-year veteran in corporate America, or one of the casualties of the economic downturn re-building your career, we all can use a boost from today's tech tools.
These risks are very real. Identity theft continues to morph and evolve in complexity and gains even greater traction with more organized criminal enterprises as their crime of choice. So you can imagine my frustration when I read the article in Consumer Reports.
Maybe your manager hasn't made the connection between mobile digital and productivity. If it would be helpful, I'm happy to type a note to your boss explaining why this is the falsest of false economies.
Given all the bills, statements, manuals, letters, to-dos, shopping lists and junk mail that adorn nearly every surface in our homes, it can feel like the most unattainable aspiration to get to the bottom of it.
At HackCollege, we're big fans of cloud-based software like Evernote and Google Docs that keep all of your assignments backed up online, and I found out firsthand just how invaluable this practice can be.