Welcome back to Productive Pastor. In this episode, I share some amazing workflow templates I’ve built out and use constantly in Evernote.
I read this a couple of weeks back and I was amazed. It gave such a great pathway to creating an experimentation plan to learn your most productive hours and days. You need to check this out.
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Organizing Workflow Templates in Evernote.
I’m a big fan of templates AND Evernote. You can hear more about them in these two episodes of Productive Pastor
I love building out workflow’s inside Evernote because of these three things
Repetition Builds Response
- It gets in your brain
- The workflow becomes a rhythm
Having Effectiveness Systematized is Worth It
- Saves time
- Let’s you keep more balls in the air (and not drop the ones you are responsible for)
- It can make handing tasks off easier
- Just working through it keeps your mind clearer
- Learn other ways to organize and clean up things
- The boundaries invite expression.
Shared Evernote Workflows/Templates
Sermon Production Checklist
Weekly Tasks Blank (my weekly list)
1000 Questions to Ask of the Text (episode 2)
Preaching Rocket and it’s 4 questions
Facebook Contact Workflow (Hacking Facebook Lists for Ministry Effectiveness)
If you want to jump into Evernote headfirst, then you need Brett Kelly’s book Evernote Essentials. There are 3 different versions of the program. I’ve bought into the highest level and it is absolutely worth it.
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