Limitless Mindset Podcast
Evernote is the leading cloud based note taking App that Limitless people love! It syncs multi media notes and uber to-do lists between your smartphone, laptop, desktop and browser. This free application is exactly what you need to organize your productive, focused kickass lifestyle!
How to Use Memory Sytems to Remember Details About People +By Jonathan Roseland Connect Remembering essential details about people is an uncommon skill that, for the clever, exists at the intersection of being exceptionally valuable for social and business life but actually very easy to get good at if you are willing to apply a proven memory systems. This article will give you a memory system to use which will empower your memory to easily recall numerous personal details, even about people you who don't know well or have only met once. Read More
14 Commuting Life Hacks for Increasing Productivity and Beating Stress +By Jonathan Roseland Connect Commuting is a notorious time waster of even the most notoriously productive people. Time is always the most valuable resource of those who live Limitless and unfortunately commuting robs us of between 5-10 hours weekly. To worsen the offense of commuting it robs us of 5-10 hours of what could be our very most productive times; early mornings and late afternoons before dinner, these are time slots that could be much better served day planning, eating healthy, reading, writing, working on entrepreneurial projects, spending time with loved ones or staying fit. In addition to it's… Read More
23 Biohacks and Uncommon Mindsets for Superhuman Will Power +By Jonathan Roseland Connect Aristotle said "I count him braver who overcomes his desires than him who conquers his enemies; for the hardest victory is over self." For most of history true mastery of self control and willpower was regarded as a mythological act or feat of accomplishment that could only be reached by individuals who were more than human. Today, we are exceedingly lucky to live in a time when attitudes have matured and the science of biology has quantified the factors that determine the degree of self control we have and practice. This article will present some… Read More
Polishing Your Communication Style by Recording Conversations on Your Smartphone +By Jonathan Roseland Connect Have you ever had the experience of being unknowingly recorded? Many people find it downright horrifying the first time they watch or hear a recording of themselves. The Problem: A lot of us have unattractive (or just plain sloppy) body language or auditory communication habits that we aren't aware of. These habits really hold us back from becoming the best versions of ourselves. Unless you have the time, money or inclination to take acting classes or a social dynamics bootcamp it's pretty difficult to identify weaknesses that could be doing damage to your communication 'game',… Read More
Evernote: Article Reading Life Hack +By Jonathan Roseland Connect There's a couple serious information consumption problems with reading blogs and online articles, no matter how informative, engaging or actionable the content is: You will be working online and stumble upon an article that you know is going to be worth reading, but you don't want to stop working on your current task. Distraction factors are huge; the temptation to check email or social media accounts. A lot of times you will read half an article, get distracted by something and never return to finish the article. If you want to reference information in that… Read More
An Essential Tool for Me!
I first heard of Evernote from Tim Ferriss (of the 4 hour... everything!). As a memory hacking, ADHD small business person I'm serious about my note taking and to do list delineation strategies.
If you follow podcasts or blogs of top performing entrepreneurs who genuinely live kickass lives you will hear them talk about Evernote a lot! This is no coincidence, I get more done using Evernote than I did using Microsoft Outlook To Do's, Google Tasks or the old fashioned way with sexy leather bound day planner.
I use Evernote for everything from updating current client tasks, setting weekly goals, snipping images of address locations so I know where I'm going, outline podcast episodes and writing blogs to recording foreign language pickup lines taught to me in bars by French and German girls!