In today’s Art Marketing Action newsletter, I tell you how I try to stay on top of everything I need and want to accomplish. The key: prioritize. Here are some organizing tools and tips that help you set your priorities.
- I prefer paper. I have tried everything to get my task list on the computer (since I’m here most of the time), but it doesn’t work for me yet. I use the larger Moleskine notebooks because I can put a whole lot on one page and because they kind of roll up and fit into my large purse.
- The best computerized task list I’ve used is EasyTask Manager. It’s relatively inexpensive and is a simple list. I found many computerized applications to be too complex for my needs. This runs on both Mac and PC and will sync with my Apple Mail. I may return to it at some point.
- I rely heavily on my computer notifications (reminders) that I set up through Apple Mail. Note: These only work if you’re on your computer a lot or at regular intervals.
- I got a lot out of this audio program with Robert Middleton: Get Organized, Get On Track, and Get Unstuck.
- My Get Organized class is coming up this summer (June 25 to July 31).
Feel free to leave your own organizing tips–especially those that relate to keeping your task list and making sure you don’t forget anything.