Monday, May 16, 2011

Evernote: Best App 2011

Until recently, I would have never thought that one application (app) could change how I do things so profoundly on my computer, iPhone, etc.  However, Evernote has proved to be, in many ways, the missing link to my quest for increased productivity.

For those that know me well, you know that I'm not naturally the most organized person.  However, in the last year or two, my life has demanded that I pull things together and learn to be more organized.  Having a desire to lead well, write well, and most importantly, pastor well, I have become dependent on technology to help me accomplish my goals.

So, I'm going to take the next several blog posts to share with you the various aspects of using Evernote to maximize my time, efforts, and ministry.

I'll start with this great tip.  Here's a fantastic eBook by Brett Kelly called Evernote Essentials that you need to get, read, and implement immediately.  Read now, thank me later.  Click here to purchase your copy.

I'm looking forward to sharing what I've learned!

What Apps have helped you become more productive?


bpun said...

you've peaked my interest. I use google tasks, and have tried to incorporate a few things from the book "getting things done," like recording tasks on my phone as soon a i think of them and trying to tackle the hardest tasks first. and of course trying to remember the gospel constantly to combat procrastination.

Casey Cease said...


Good to hear from you! Google Tasks can be helpful, but I'd encourage you to get a (FREE) copy of Evernote and start playing around with it. I use it on my phone and my computer, but one of the many benefits, like Google Tasks, is that it is available anywhere you can access the internet.


Casey Cease said...


I've also heard great things about Nozbe (, especially for GTD stuff. I haven't tried it yet, but plan to.


Mike said...

Angry Birds.