Productivity, Motivation, and Personal Development Links – 20th December 2009 – The Evernote Edition

As always, Christmas has crept up and now we are only 5 days away from Christmas day. Luckily, I started my Christmas shopping quite early so I am pretty much sorted out for the presents for my wife and four children.

I hope your preparations are going as smooth as mine and I am looking forward to a few days of rest!

Wishing you and yours all the best for Christmas.

This week I am providing five links for Evernote.

If you do not know what Evernote is, be sure to check out my Evernote Review.

I have posted quite a few links and blog posts regarding Evernote so be also sure to check out my Evernote Tag to see all of these related posts.

I am not an affiliate of Evernote and in no way associated with them. This is an application that I use and I am passionate about.

Here are my collection of links for this week.

Hope you all have a great week and enjoy the Christmas holidays.

5 thoughts on “Productivity, Motivation, and Personal Development Links – 20th December 2009 – The Evernote Edition

  1. Daryl Tay

    Hi Andrew I’ve been reading your blog for a LONG time but this is my first comment! Great little round up of Evernote resources. I love Evernote and have blogged about how it has literally changed my life. I’m sure this post will help many other people find out about this tool and find out how to incorporate into their life too.

    Great reads every week! Thanks!

  2. Josh Grossman

    Hi Andrew. I’m Josh from Springpad. I just saw your roundup on Evernote. Since you’re a fan, I’d love to extend an invitation to explore Springpad ( In a nutshell Springpad is a free personal organizer for your stuff – gift ideas, recipes, restaurants you want to go to, books to read, to-do lists, favorite articles, etc. You could argue this is similar to Evernote, but I think our platform is much more consumer friendly in that we help you from the get-go organize where your stuff is saved and automatically add relevant tags as opposed to Evernote’s “blank notebook.” Where we differentiate ourselves in with our 50+ free apps and productivity tools to help you get stuff done. For example, you can easily create meal plans and shopping lists from your saved recipes, and organize your favorite recipes in their own notebook along with cooking notes and pictures or videos. You can easily plan a trip from the hotels, restaurants, and places you’ve been saving to your stuff. You can set up tasks with email or text reminders. We make it easy to use the stuff you’ve saved and help you get things done when the time is right. There’s a ton more. Would love your feedback on what we’re doing right and where we could improve. – Josh (

  3. Neil Clements

    Great Content Andrew;

    I just Finished Gary Vaynerchuk ‘book and Wow was able to put the ideas into play right away.

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts.


    Neil Clements

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