Humans created more information in 2017 alone than in the 5,000 years of our history leading up to 2015.
That's a lot to sift through. Most of the time we think we can remember everything interesting we read or see on the internet.
But this is based on the false assumptions that we can see everything we've ever searched and that we're good enough at looking to find what we want.
Learning the language of search engines isn't easy, but it's a skill that is poised to become a competitive advantage in the 21st century.
What if you had an external brain-your own personal search engine with shortcuts to all of the most important information you've come across in all your time perusing the internet?
With Evernote and the right knowledge about how to use it, this is entirely possible. And this guide will teach you how to do just that.
What do people say about this?
Here’s what some of the 15,000 people who've discovered these tips say:
Jessi (from Evernote): “Thanks so much for sharing all the creative ways you use Evernote! We particularly love your description of the ‘think tank’. And thanks as always for being a fan.”
Don: “FANTASTIC Evernote 'getting started' read! Well done Niklas!”
TheTestingMuse: “A goldmine of useful information and something I’ll return to a few more times to fully absorb the info. Thank you for sharing.”
This guide is for you if:
- You waste way too much time looking for that one study you know you've read
- You have efficient systems for completing certain tasks online but can't ever find them
- Your brain feels too cluttered and you'd like some organization to it
This guide isn't for you if:
- You don't work on or spend time on computers very much
- You don't like being organized
After reading this book you will:
- Know what Evernote is and how to use it to make your life easier
- Understand how to use Evernote to save, access, and use information
- Have an "external brain" that gives you more room to think
About the author
My name is Nik. I'm a writer of five years with 30M views, 50k email subscribers, and 500k monthly readers. My work has been featured in various known places, like Medium, Quora, Business Insider, CNBC, The Next Web, Pocket, Lifehacker, Thought Catalog & The Muse.
It'll get you the results you deserve for your work, learning and personal growth.
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