We all have apps and services we use every day to get things done. I don’t mean things like Facebook or Twitter. I mean things that really do help achieve a goal, not distract from it. So I wanted to share with you the apps and services that I depend on most. One of the biggest criterion for me is the accessibility of the app or service – it needs to be available just about everywhere and at any time. So here they are, my 7 most loved apps.
Todoist is a personal task management app that is quick and easy to use. This app is ideal for someone that is looking for a mid-range level of sophistication – not as basic as a simple list app like Wunderlist, but not as detailed as something like Omnifocus. I thought the best way to truly understand the pros and cons of Todoist would be to ask someone who has been already using for a while, Daniel Gold.
Remember when we were kids and the most exciting part of the week was getting those few dollars of pocket-money? We’d eagerly wait for the sweet cash to touch our paws and then BAM! We were off down the street to the nearest candy or ice cream store.
Ahh… those were the days…
Seriously though, what happened to us? When did we decide that we don’t need pocket-money anymore? Was it when we grew up and were burdened with the responsibilities of paying bills on time? What a drag. I want candy, damn it! Don’t you?
When my professional life first started all I needed to be concerned with was my email and selling stuff. Simply read what’s coming in and figure out if a reply was needed. That’s about it. Or so I thought. The truth be told, there were “inboxes” everywhere and I had to figure what to do with each of them. When the penny dropped for me about what an inbox really is, it was a game changer.